Education Services


The COJET Classroom is a service of the Education Services Division's Education Technologies Unit (ETU). It is a one-stop source for court staff to find a variety of programs including, but not limited to, computer-based training (CBT) modules, video streaming, and other web-based curricula. In addition to administrating the Education pages found on this website, the ETU also assists other divisions in meeting their distance learning objectives.

Only programs accredited by COJET, the Education Services Division, local training coordinators, or committee-accredited sponsors shall be eligible for COJET credit. Programs need to contribute directly to or have a primary purpose of improving the professional skills, competence, or ethical obligations of judges, probation and court personnel. Thus such programs shall meet the accreditation requirements described herein.

Per Arizona Code of Judicial Administration (ACJA) §1-302 (E)(3)(b)(4) the employee shall provide, at the conclusion of the program, an evaluation (form provided on this page) of the program and a sample copy of any handouts and written materials, agenda, outline  or other supporting material as available.

STUDENTS
To Receive COJET Credit:

Click COJET Accredited Individual Evaluation Form  to open a copy of the accredited evaluation form. Print it out and give it to your training supervisor when applying for credit.

To Submit or Propose a Course for COJET Credit consideration:
New curriculum may be submitted, by internal staff or outside agencies, for review and COJET accreditation by completing the COJET Accreditation Form. Applicants should complete and submit the accreditation form with all applicable materials.

    The following programs may be found on the COJET Classroom pages:
      • SkillSoft  - The Education Technologies Unit has partnered with SkillSoft (formerly ElementK) to provide an online library of training to court staff. Courses  include the latest Microsoft Office programs as well as leadership and professional development, such as business writing, conflict management, and problem solving.
         

      • Curriculum on the Web -
        Singular trainings designed for self-paced learning. Read and download the materials for the course, test yourself, and access the certificate (where applicable). In addition, you can download several computer-based training courses (available only to AJIN court staff) in the Download section of the site.
         

      • Video Center
        The Education Technologies Unit is responsible for creating and assisting other units in facilitating broadcasts throughout the calendar year. Many of these broadcasts are now viewable on the web via our Video Center. Additional non-broadcast videos are also available.
         

      • Just-In-Time Learning -
        Need a quick fix for a single problem? Check out the Just-In-Time page with quick videos and handouts helping you with a variety of daily tasks like creating a PDF, adding page views and bookmarks, watermarking, and adding headers and footers.
         

      • Broadcasts - 
        The Education Technologies Unit is responsible for helping to facilitate live broadcasts throughout the year. Often there are a variety of handouts and materials to be downloaded prior to attending one of these broadcasts. Visit the Live Broadcast Materials section to access these materials.  

For additional information about the Education Technologies Unit, please contact the Education Services Division at (602) 452-3060.