360 degree feedback is a process in which participants receive confidential, anonymous feedback from the people who work around them. It is an opportunity to recognise and reflect on strengths and weaknesses and use the results to improve both efficiency and personal satisfaction.
There are no set dates for the feedback process, when there are sufficient numbers of interested people, the College can start the process.
This conference will explore the common areas of interest between child protection and family law under the themes of ‘communication by, with and about children’. The Conference has been designed for judicial officers, legal practitioners, child protection and welfare officers, teachers, psychologists psychiatrists, medical and nursing practitioners and all who have an interest in the welfare of children.
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.
This 6 week online program is a partnership between the Council of Australasian Tribunals and the National Judicial College of Australia. The program is designed to assist participants with their decision making process, write reasons that are clear and easy to understand and enhance their ability to recognise potential pitfalls in the decision making process.
The objective of this program is to assist newly appointed judicial officers with their transition to judicial office.
This program offers professional development, reflection, interactive workshops, and the opportunity to meet Magistrates and Tribunal Members from other jurisdictions.
This three day program has been developed specifically for mid career judges and magistrates to provide an opportunity for them to examine their approach to their work through the exploration of a number of contemporary themes.
This program concludes in time for people who may wish to attend the Judicial Conference of Australia Colloquium in Adelaide 9-11th October.
The aim of this program is to assist judges and tribunal members with management responsibilities to develop their leadership skills.