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29 March 2020

Activity Details (ID# 33462)  

 
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Title Follow up seminars for judges and prosecutors on training methodology 
Description Two experts with international expertise trained t40 judges and prosecutors on methodology and adult learning methods with the aim to equip the participants with the necessary skills to develop and deliver effective seminars in law reform and practice taking into account the learning styles and needs of judges and prosecutors
 
Status Completed 
Date 03/10/2011 - 14/10/2011 
Location Chisinau, Republic of Moldova
Countries CoE Members: Republic of Moldova
  Bilateral
  Joint Programme Activity - MLD-DemSupport
Joint Programme EC/CoE
JP MLD-DemSupport - Democracy Support Programme    (Logframe)  (Activities)
Project Purpose 3 - 2010/DGHL/JP/2446   Safeguarding pre-trial guarantees
Expected Result 3.1 - Pre-trial guarantees are safeguarded in the course of criminal procedure in Moldova, pending the transfer of the temporary detention isolators from the MoI to the MoJ, and this transfer is facilitated.
 PoA
Council of Europe Programme of Activities
I – Human Rights
Line of Action ⇒ I.2 – Promoting Human Rights
Programme ☆ I.2.3  Capacity building: awareness and training

Working Method

Training Course 
Directorate Human Rights and Legal Affairs 
CoE Contact ,   email
Partners National Institute of Justice - National Institution
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Last Modified 09/01/2012 


Activity Synopsis (ID# 33462) (Hide Synopsis)

Objective(s) To provide judges and prosecutors who are trainers of the NIJ with knowledge on methodology and adult learning techniques, with the aim to equip the participants with the necessary skills to develop and deliver effective seminars in law reform and practice taking into account the learning needs of judges and prosecutors. 
Output/Results These two training sessions represented a follow up of a course provided in May 2011 (see CEAD 32459).

About 40 judges and prosecutors were trained by two Council of Europe experts in developing and delivering effective seminars in law reform and practices, taking into account the learning styles and needs of judges and prosecutors.

The participants got acknowledged with different learning styles (the Kolb cycle, multiple intelligences) and training techniques (Socratic and assertive questioning, discussions and debates ) in order to develop understanding of the range of ways in which people learn and of skills in applying that knowledge to the delivery of training.

By the end of the training seminar the participants were be able to:
• Utilise aspects of adult learning theory to plan effective training
• Deliver training using a range of training techniques
• Evaluate training they have delivered
• Plan for organisational ownership of the training they will deliver
 
Conclusions/Follow Up The participants got acknowledged with different learning styles and training techniques enabling them to deliver qualitative trainings on subject matters to their peers in the near future as well as to use the knowledge gaining through the trainings in their workplace. 
Participants 40 judges and prosecutors who are trainers of the NIJ 
Consultants/Experts - Mr James Sandham (United Kingdom)
- Mr Mike Octigan (United Kingdom)
 
CoE Secretariat Nelea Bugaevschi,
Ruslan Grebencea 
Total No. Participants 45 
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09/01/2012 




 
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