Court Services Administrator (Part-time studies)School of Human Services and Community Safety Applied Certificate
This program is also available on campus. For more information visit the program page.
Court Services Administrator is a 14-week applied certificate program offered at our Sask Polytech campuses, at some off-campus locations, and through Continuing Education. You’ll learn from highly trained instructors who have experience working within the court system. You’ll study:
- court office systems and procedures
- criminal justice system and community justice programs
- criminal, civil and family law
- interpersonal communication and conflict resolution skills
- professionalism and ethics
- provincial legal acts, statutes and regulations
- recordkeeping, computer applications
Demand is growing for court services administrators. It's a unique career path with lots of job options. You could work in court support positions for courts, agencies, boards and tribunals, or in administrative positions in the justice sector.
Saskatchewan Polytechnic's Court Services Administrator program will help you develop strong skills in communication, multitasking and conflict resolution. We'll also help you strengthen your ability to work independently and as part of a team, and to work well with culturally diverse groups.
2-Week Work Experience
Your program includes a two-week work experience. It’s a chance to apply your new skills in a court services setting, while also getting a feel for the important role you’ll play in the court system.
Courses currently offered through part-time studiesInterpersonal Communications (COMM-291CE)
Introduction to Microsoft Word and Excel (COMP-172CE)
Criminal Justice System (CORR-167CE)