The Education Services Division strives to provide a variety of tools to training coordinators.
What COJET Requirements take effect January 1, 2014?
For Judicial Officers:
In 2014 the COJET minimum requirement for all Judicial Officers remains 16 COJET hours, including ethics. In addition to Judicial College of Arizona (JCA) trainings, the Wendell site continues to offer online learning tools for judges that are accredited for COJET.
For Court Staff (Non-Judicial Officers):
In 2014 the COJET training requirements established in ACJA section 1-302 remain 16 COJET hours, including ethics and the 2014 designated core curriculum - public service, effective communication and customer service. Training in this category required for all non-judicial officer employees may include subjects that are relevant to verbal, non-verbal or written communication skills, interacting with court customers and providers, and the media, among others.
Non-facilitated Learning Increase:
Administrative Order 2013-110 continues a temporary modification in non-facilitate learning hours through December 31, 2014. It is ordered that the limit of 8 credit hours for non-facilitated learning programs that may be used to meet the annual continuing judicial education requirements described in ACJA § 1-302 be increased to 10 credit hours for calendar year 2014. All other policies, standards, and approval mechanisms described in § 1-302 remain in force.
Please consult the Frequently Asked Questions to learn more:
A small list of 2014 Core Curriculum topic area examples are given below. The list is not inclusive; however, it will provide you with guidance on possible training options:
Examples of classes in this category:
• Presentation Skills
• Can You Hear Me Now?: Phone Skills
• Customer Service Spanish for Non-Bilingual Court Staff
• Victim Sensitivity Training
• Special Incidents Reports
• Report Writing Training
• Dealing with Difficult People
• Legal Advice, Legal Information
• Motivational Interviewing
• Active and Empathetic Listening
• Reaching for Stellar Service
• Cognitive Intervention/ Motivational Interviewing
• Basic Grammar
• Fundamentals of Interviewing
• Giving & Receiving Feedback
• Improving Team Performance
• Emergency Communication
• Verbal De-Escalation/Active Listening
• Conduction effective meetings
• Conflict Resolution
• Workplace Diversity
Regional Conference Planning (Resources and Templates)
Click this link for Downloadable curriculum materials. These materials are hosted on the AJIN network. If you do not have access to the AJIN network and would like copies of materials offered please contact Vikki Murillo-Cipolla at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Movies in Training
The Arizona Supreme Court has purchased and renewed the Motion Picture Licensing Corporation license (MPLC) for calendar year 2014, giving the Arizona Supreme Court and training coordinators permission to show copyrighted films and/or film clips in trainings, provided the movie’s producer and/or distibutor is listed on the following MPLC listing. The license also is expanded in CY 2014 to include permissions to watch movies in ALL Jury Assembly Rooms. When using legally obtained videos in a face-to-face training credits must be included.
Calendar Year 2014 MPLC Listing
MPLC Terms and Conditions (Please read prior to using films in training)
Guidelines for Use of Films/Film Clips in Training
Movies Used by Training Coordinators in Training
To assist you with finding the specific title you wish to show and their corresponding producer, included are instructions on how to search and locate titles on the Internet Movie Database IMDB website at http://www.IMDB.com
· Go to http://www.IMDB.com
· Type film title in search box and press enter.
· Select the title.
· Scroll down to “Company Credits” (located in the middle section of the page) and view the Company Credits (Producers and Distributors).
· Check to see which company distributes the title in the United States (U.S. distributor). If the U.S. distributor is listed on your producer list, the title is covered by your license. If it is not listed within the "produced by" or "distributed by" lists, you will need to contact that producer or distributor directly to obtain the necessary rights to show that title.
· Or, typing in the name of the producer/distributor and IMDB will list all of the titles that company has produced or distributed.
Available for checkout from the Education Services Division are these DVD-led courses (with complete instructions and handouts) you can use to cover a wide range of topics.
Facilitated Programs - Checkout Policy
Facilitated Programs - Courseware Listing
New Limited Jurisdiction Pro Tem (part-time/on-call) Mandatory Orientation Requirements:
Report of Compliance Form with Mandatory Continuing Education Requirements
Accreditation of Program Form
Travel Claim Instructions
Website Calendar Posting Request
Conference planning checklist template
Program Evaluation Form - Revised
Certificate of Attendance
Certificate for Instructors
Faculty/Facilitator/Curriculum Developer Request
Non-Facilitated Individual Request
On-the-Job Training Request for COJET
COJET Excellence in Education Awards Program
Awards Program Marketing Flyer
COJET Accredited Sponsors
COJET Compliance Report
2013 COJET Reporting Preparation
Online Training Resources
- Free Training Games
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