Three courses commenced today

Tuesday, December 10, 2013

The series of case and court management courses for Judges and court staff continues. Today, two courses: one for 33 Judges and another for 50 court staff commenced. The former is the fourth and the latter third in the series. With this the series for the current year comes to an end. The target in number of participants was 200 Judges and 150 court staff, which stands achieved. While the curriculum for Judges remained the same throughout the series, it varied for court staff, depending on their categories. They respectively targeted Stenographers and Computer Operators, Readers and Muharrirs and Nazirs and Process Servers. All the courses were rolled out in light of the training manuals the Academy has developed in light of a comprehensive Training Needs Assessment and Training of Trainers programmes. The series is supported by the UNDP’s Strengthening the Rule of Law in Malakand (SRLM) project.  

The third course is a pre-service training for 24 newly recruited Prosecutors. The course is of great significance for the reason that it is the first pre-service orientation training the Academy is conducting. It is an activity of Itebar organization. The Academy is providing technical and logistical support to Itebar. The course is of five weeks.

Mr. Hayat Ali Shah, Director General of the Academy welcomed the participants.


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