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18 December 2023

EJTN releases its new Catalogue of Training Activities for 2024

General News

The new EJTN Catalogue of Training Activities for 2024 is now available. This new, more extensive Catalogue, which replaces our previous Calendar, brings together our digital, initial, and continuous training activities.

EJTN has also introduced new content, including information about our exchanges and study visits, along with detailed course descriptions for Working Group Programmes and Sub-Working Group seminars, as well as Linguistics and Judicial Training Methods activities.

The goal of this new approach is to help participants choose the activities that best suit their needs, and thereby reinforce the impact of EJTN’s action through more targeted training.

The training offer in this Catalogue has been carefully designed to address the interests and needs of European judges, prosecutors, judicial trainees, and court staff as well as leaders and trainers working in the field.

EJTN is decisively embracing the opportunities offered by new technologies through new online resources and webinars, that complement our very popular Lunchtime webinar series and online conversation classes.

The 2024 training Catalogue builds on an extensive training needs analysis that has taken into account the views of our participants, Members and Partners, including judicial networks and associations, as well as EU institutions.

EJTN would like to encourage all EU justice professionals to consider participating in its training and exchange activities, as well as helping to disseminate information about this valuable offer.

EJTN would also like to express its gratitude to the European Commission for its continuing financial support, which makes it possible for EJTN to offer such a rich array of high-quality training opportunities to the benefit of the entire European judicial family and beyond.

To learn about our entire digital, training and exchange offer for 2024, please visit the new EJTN Catalogue of Training Activities for 2024.