Family Violence in the Court 2017 – 2018

Date: TBA

This one day, face to face training program provides guidance and promotes best practice for the judiciary when dealing with cases involving domestic 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.

Please click the heading for a program overview.

For further information or to secure a training date, please email NJCA’s Family Violence Program Manager, Jane Armstrong at jane.armstrong@anu.edu.au


360 Degree Feedback Program

Date: 16-Mar to 30-Nov-2015

This program is available to Judicial officers and legally qualified Tribunal members and is offered through the year, dependent on sufficient numbers of participants at any one time. 360 Degree Feedback is a system or process in which judicial officers can receive confidential, anonymous feedback from the people who work around them. The feedback provides the recipient with a better understanding of their strengths and weaknesses and is an extremely useful development tool.