|Other titles||Kārvāytaṃlai lœ secktī trūvkār nai kārpaṇtuaḥ paṇtālpant saṃrâp cau kram niṅ braḥrājqājñā ṭael kaṃbuṅ paṃbeñ kāriyakamm nau tām sālā jaṃraḥ ktī nānā nau Kambujā|
|Contributions||United States. Agency for International Development., East-West Management Institute, Inc.|
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|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) :|
|LC Control Number||2007318886|
Category of practice: Training Needs Assessment (TNA) Title of practice Structured Procedure to D et ermine Training Ne eds Key features: Information about the training needs of judges and prosecutors in Romani a is collected, combining multiple s ources of information (judicial trainers, courts, prosecutors offices, professional associations. Judges and prosecutors shall be provided with instruction on interpreting and applying laws and procedures, ethical standards for judges and prosecutors, the latest scientific and professional developments in the field of law, the practices of judges and prosecutors from other countries, and other topics determined by the Steering Board. European judicial training represents a substantial tool in the process of building the European area of justice. Lawyers, prosecutors, and judges must have a good knowledge of the EU acquis and its cooperation instruments, as well as an appropriate understanding and mutual trust in the different national systems. Judicial training represents a key tool for building such . the main needs of judges and prosecutors. This means that we should include the needs we are seeking to meet within one of the following groups: Needs Related to Legality i.- Supremacy of the Law ii.- Compliance with the Law iii.- Duty to implement the Law Needs Related to Legal Certainty i.- Accessibility of court decisions. ii
Category of practice: Training Needs Assessment (TNA) Title of practice Assessing R egional Training Needs Key features: Due to the specific geographical context of the country, the Judicial Academy in Croatia has created five regional training centres favouring, in some situations, a decentralised training approach. As there are differences in the training needs of judges and prosecutors File Size: KB. training) the Judicial College proceeded with a comprehensive functional training needs assessment in order to assist the newly-appointed management and training bodies. An online questionnaire was developed and all 1, coroners and coroners officers were invited to comment on their training needs. Members of the previous coroners training groups were . Category of practice: Training Needs Assessment (TNA) Title of practice Mental Health Tribunal Whole Programme Assessment Key features: The Mental Health Tribunal (MHT) in England (Wales has its own mental health tribunal) offers an annual choice-based programme of training events to its Judicial Office Holders (‘JOHs’), covering a range of relevant topics. All JOHs are required to attend two days training File Size: KB. Good training practices Trainers will find factsheets here describing good practices in training judges and prosecutors. The practices cover a wide range of topics, from training needs assessment to training delivery and evaluation.
The Secretariat prepared a draft on the Minimum Corpus of the Council of Europe standards, document RL-BU ()2. The Lisbon Network approved the document and encouraged the training institutions to use it as a basis for the training of judges and prosecutors on the European norms. The proposed CDTA is designed to support the Judicial General Council of Mongolia in the delivery of judicial training to enhance the capacity of the criminal court judges to render informed court decisions on economic crime cases. The proposed TA will support conducting training needs assessment to assess judicial knowledge and skills gap; providing Training . Cambodian judges and prosecutors in lively judicial integrity dialogue. Phnom Penh (Cambodia), 6 July - In Cambodia and throughout the world, corruption exists in the judiciary: extortion, bribery, political influence, trading in influence, biased participations in trials and nepotism. Cambodian judges, prosecutors and senior Government ministers gathered . account training needs of the different regions, and to ensure a larger participation of professionals (judges and prosecutors) to the seminars. The project team was not able to solve the relationship between the regional training centres and the Judicial Academy through a regulation. In the practice, the tutors 6.