Family Violence in the Court
This one day, face to face training program provides guidance and promotes best practice for the judiciary when dealing with cases involving family violence.
Information on understanding the complainant/perpetrator, judicial responsibilities in the courtroom and communication from the bench will be delivered, along with a courtroom scenario that will engage participants and lead discussion on key issues relevant to courtroom control.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. How do I register for this program?
As this program is a ‘court specific event’, judicial officers are invited to attend by their Head of Jurisdiction.
2. What are my costs to attend this program?
This one-day program is free for invited judicial officers and includes all training materials; morning and afternoon teas; lunch; and dinner at the conclusion of day one.
3. How is my participation in this program confirmed?
The NJCA administration team will email the contact person at your court with details including program dates/times; venue location and any pre-reading/course preparation details for distribution to you and your colleagues.
4. Is it possible to make arrangements for special requirements, including dietary or other?
Yes, provided the College has sufficient notice to arrange it. There is a space on the registration form for you to note these requirements.
5. Does the College organise travel arrangements for program participants?
No, individual participants arrange their own travel.
6. Will I need to bring a laptop with me?
The College encourages participants to bring their laptop or any other suitable electronic device to access materials at programs.
7. Where can I get help?
Contact the NJCA administration team, email: firstname.lastname@example.org