History making event: Pre-Service training for newly appointed ADJs concluded at the Academy

For the first time ever in the history of KP Judicial Academy, one month long (7th March to 2nd April, 2016) pre-service training course for newly appointed probationers Additional District & Sessions Judges/ Izafi Zilla Qazis was planned, designed and put into practice.  The training was designed keeping in view the job description of the probationers, practicalities involved in their functions and the likely impediments in the dispensation of justice. The focus areas also included the capacity building, professional competence, ethical standards with related skills and attitude.
The specific training objectives were to deepen the trainees knowledge of jurisprudence and universal principles of natural justice, to help the trainees develop judicial temperament reflecting judicial ethical values, to enable the trainees apply substantive and procedural laws properly, to inculcate in the trainees judicial decision making and opinion writing skills and to impart to the trainees skills for efficient and effective communication.
In accordance with these objectives the Academy followed a training methodology in four areas in the form of informative, communicative, well calculated, interactive training sessions. Extension lectures were delivered by persons of high profiles. Research skills along with language and linguistics skills were also part of the training program. The modules developed in accordance with the objectives defined and each module had learning outcomes, potential research topics, group discussion topics, interactive sessions etc. The participants also delivered their presentations which was assessed by a panel of evaluators. The probationers also visited Forensic Sciences Lab and Khyber Medical College so the trainees should be able to develop and orientation with related institutions. The Academy employed Dr. C.A Edwin's quantitative model of training evaluation.
The concluding ceremony was simple but impressive. The class representative spoke on the occasion. The DG of Academy formerly concluded the ceremony. The probationers were bid farewell with the slogan "enter to learn and leave to serve".


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