Why should I consider nominating a training/trainer?
By identifying and nominating outstanding instructors and/or training programs, you are providing critical support to judicial branch education in Arizona. High-performing trainers and programs in Arizona can:
- Improve communication in the workplace and raise organization morale
- Increase efficiency and job performance
- Increase ethical decision-making during difficult situations
Who Sponsors this Award?
The Committee on Judicial Education and Training (COJET) annually recognizes the efforts of outstanding faculty and curriculum developers who represent the various divisions within the court system: Judicial Officers, Probation/Detention, Judicial Court Staff, Managers and Executives.
The awards are presented to recipients by the three COJET standing committees:
- Committee on Probation Education (COPE)
- Committee on Leadership and Workforce Excellence (COLAWE)
- Judicial College of Arizona (JCA)
Who is Eligible?
Any judicial branch employee or committee member can nominate an individual or team demonstrating excellence in the development of curriculum and/or the delivery of training, during the course of a calendar year. COJET Excellence in Education Awards are given to recognize activities in the preceding year.
In an effort to recognize outstanding trainers and curriculum developers for Arizona's judicial employees, the Committee on Judicial Education and Training (COJET) sponsors the "COJET Excellence in Education" program to honor faculty and curriculum developers who have demonstrated dedication and commitment to excellence in promoting judicial staff continuing education in Arizona.
COJET Excellence in Education Flyer