COJET Video Center

The video training programs on this page are accredited for COJET by the Education Services Division of the Arizona Supreme Court AOC. Judicial branch employees should seek the prior approval of their supervisor and local court training coordinator before viewing a video program to ensure non-facilitated learning is an approved part of their professional development plan.

To obtain COJET credit for viewing a video program:
Complete the COJET Individual Accredited Evaluation form and submit to the local court training coordinator.

The AOC Education Services Division also maintains an expanded, searchable catalogue of video programs beyond those featured below. 

 

Most Recent Recordings

Overview of Arizona’s Legislative Process from the Court's Perspective

Learn about the legislature, the process of how a bill becomes a law, how to look up bills online & our internal process for vetting potential legislation through committees.

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Generations

 

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Why Do We Punish?

While the rationale for punishment seems obvious at first, when you begin to unpack the various types of punishment administered by the state for breaking the law, the reasons become less clear. In this training, participants will learn about the many different ways our society punishes, and consider how different types of punishment overlap.

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Communicating in Difficult Situations

We all communicate, doing it well can be a challenge, especially when we encounter a difficult situation. By the end of this class you will be able to identify causes of communication breakdowns; identify and use strategies to cope with and/or repair communication breakdowns; and apply these strategies to your personal situations.

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AOC Mission, Vision and Values

Jeff Schrade examines the historical underpinnings of the U.S. judicial branch and the purposes and responsibilities of courts. Participants connect the Supreme Court Vision, Mission and Values to the important individual contribution they make to the administration of justice in our community. 

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 Ethical Issues for Employees

This course focuses primarily on Canon 4 of the Code of Conduct for Judicial Employees. Employees will learn what political or campaign activities are permissible under the Code, which will be particularly relevant during an election year.  The course will also touch on some dos/don’ts for social media and political activity.

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 Respect in the Workplace
Recognize the benefits and importance of respect in the workplace. This program covers the characteristics of a respectful working environment, the consequences of working in a workplace without respect, and techniques that contribute to a respectful environment for all. 
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 Twelve Little Words

Stewart Bruner explains the vital social engineering linkage between e-mail and ransomware before focusing on the most dangerous subject words from a recent assessment of  10,000 malicious e-mails trapped in the wild. Remembering these words will help protect you and your court or department from ransomware and other malicious code delivered via e-mail.

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Ethics and Decision Making 
Sometimes tough decisions involve ethical questions. What resources do you have to help make these decisions and how do you use those resources?  What happens when there are ethical conflicts? This class will help guide you through the process and give you practical examples to practice with.
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Where Do I Turn? Civil Unrest, Disinformation and Deepfakes
In today’s 24-by-7 news and social media cycle, it’s easy to become paralyzed by so many competing “truths." We will shed light on the disinformers and their unwitting accomplices. We'll then share techniques to help you sort through the noise for yourself.  Finally, timely steps to take when civil unrest affects your court.
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Proposition 207: Issues and Answers 

 

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