Arizona Judicial Branch

Training Coordinators

The Education Services Division strives to provide a variety of tools to Training Coordinators. This on-line training resource and information site is designed to provide training coordinators with easy access to judicial training and development links. Use this site to obtain orientation materials, update existing training manuals, view administrative guidelines, register for courses, access on-line tools and resources, view calendar of events, and much more!

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Blended Learning Conference Opening and Closing Plenary Links

If you were unable to attend the Blended Learning Conference, you may still view the opening and closing plenaries by clicking the links below:

Opening Plenary: 


Improving Your Cyber Hygiene

With the escalating arms race between good guys and bad guys bombarding you with constant headlines about new computer insecurities, you may be tempted to succumb to “Data Hack Fatigue.” While we all rely extensively on computer security software and experts to protect us and our valuable data in an always-connected world, we cannot outsource our own personal awareness or responsibility to act wisely. Stewart Bruner, from AOC’s IT Division and host of previous cybersecurity broadcasts, will be joined by Mike Lettman, Chief Information Security Officer for the State of Arizona, to inform you about basic cyber hygiene, provide some interesting lessons learned from recent mistakes of others. Your own awareness is the most valuable tool in preventing cybercrime – knowledge translates to deterrence.

(Meets 2015 Computer/Network Security Core Requirement)

Handout Materials


Closing Plenary: 


Open to Everyone: Access to Justice in Arizona’s Courts Through Inclusion

Though Arizona’s courts and the justice that emerges from them belong to all of us, do we, in our day-to-day work lives, behave in a manner that reflects this imperative? Join Judge Louis Frank Dominguez, Presiding Judge of the Surprise City Court and Gabe Goltz from AOC’s Education Services Division as they explore aspects of diversity and bias. This session will both engage the best instincts in Arizona’s judicial branch employees and challenge those often-hidden forces that undermine those instincts. Be prepared to take a hard look at yourself and others, and emerge ready to best serve everyone who walks through the courthouse door or works with you.

(Meets 2015 Ethics Core Requirement)

Handout Materials


Upcoming Webinar Session: "Ethical?...You be the Judge"

1 hour presentation that introduces real life ethical scenarios and outlines the 4 canons of the Code of Conduct. Throughout the presentation as each scenario is presented, the participants will decide for themselves if they think the scenario violates the code of conduct or not. It provokes questions and discussion, especially when participants think a situation is both ethical and not ethical. This session is on the Code of Conduct for Judicial Employees and will point out that there are many things that govern our individual ethics (own morals, values, laws, codes, experiences, etc), which is why having a code of conduct for judicial employees is so important – there needs to be a written standard of behavior.

To Register : 

·         Go to

·         Click on “Upcoming” tab

·         Find class labeled - August 19, 2015 , 10:00 am  “Ethical?... You Be the Judge”

·         Click on “Register

·         You will receive a Registration Confirmation email from  (Do not delete!)


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