EJTN’s nine judicial training principles provide a common foundation and framework for Europe’s judiciary and judicial training institutions.
The principles establish key statements relating to the nature of judicial training, the importance of initial training, the right to regular continuous training and the integral nature of training in daily work. The principles also address the dominion of national training institutions regarding the content and delivery of training, clarify who should deliver training and stress the need for modern training techniques as well as express the need for funding and support commitments from authorities.
The judicial training principles in available languages:
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