Webinar "Innovative training curricula and change management" TM/2021/01

Start Date: Tuesday, February 23, 2021
End Date: Wednesday, February 24, 2021
Category: Teaching Methods
Venue: Online
Language(s): English
Training level:
Type EJTN-funded activities

  

APPLICATION PROCEDURES ARE HANDLED BY EJTN'S MEMBER ORGANISATIONS 

TRAINING CONTENT AND TARGET AUDIENCE

 

PRACTICAL INFORMATION

Description: 

This  event will explore innovative curricula/training plans from two perspectives. Firstly, we will look at how judicial education bodies can approach securing the approval for and setting of sensitive or challenging educational topics as part of an innovative curriculum. Secondly, we will look at innovation in the learning design of such sensitive or challenging topics. The theme of the event will be equal treatment. Learning around these issues poses challenges that are faced by all jurisdictions at this time, this also being the theme of IOJT 2022 Conference which is ‘Effective Judicial Education: Understanding Vulnerable Populations. At the EJTN event, judicial and educational leads across member states and the UK will: learn how other jurisdictions have approached the identification of the need for education in sensitive or challenging areas;   see how other jurisdictions have approached the innovative design of such programmes to maximise outcomes in important areas of public interest; and learn from each other’s challenges at a national level through discussion groups. There will also be a substantive educational session on unconscious bias, the understanding of which can support the development of innovative approaches to learning on equal treatment matters. Finally, there will also be an opportunity to refer back to and build on the Lot 1 ‘Study on Best Practices in training of judges and prosecutors’.

Learning outcomes

 Knowledge and understanding

  • Develop confidence with identifying that there is a judicial learning need in a sensitive or challenging area in your jurisdiction, and securing approval and buy in for your organisation’s proposed educational response.

Practical and analytical skills

  • Develop skill in the production of innovative training plans that successfully address sensitive or challenging topics, to achieve the desired outcomes in your jurisdiction.


Target audience 

Judges and prosecutors involved in curriculum design, as well as specialist educational staff who advise judicial training bodies on learning needs analysis, curriculum approval and development, and programme and course design.


Number of selected participants per country:  One

 

 

Application procedure: 

All applications must be submitted through the candidates' national EJTN member institution.

Participation:

Upon invitation by EJTN, participants register via EJTN online  platform to which they receive access. 
After the event, reimbursement is processed via EJTN online platform.

Useful documents:

  • Termas and conditions of participation- Financial form
  • Frequently asked questions 
  • Promoter form

 

 

Number of participants: 44 (including 4 experts )

 

Deadline for application: 5 February  20121

PROGRAMME AND DOCUMENTATION

 

CONTACT(S)

 

- Draft agenda

 

EJTN Secretariat:

Sara SIPOS Sara.SIPOS@EJTN.EU

 

Activity Coordinator: Sheriff Alistair Duff  (Scotland)