IV. What is the proportion of judges and prosecutors who are full- time / part-time instructors and/or members of the management?
V. If persons other than judges or prosecutors fulfill the task of trainers, what are their original profession? Please also give details on their proportion;
VI. Are retired judges and prosecutors or other retired law practitioners invited to act as trainers or members of the management?
VII. What choice has been done between full-time instructors, part-time instructors or occasional instructors that furthermore have judicial functions?
VIII. If judges or prosecutors are part-time or occasional trainers, is the burden of their work within their jurisdiction alleviated?
IX. Please specify the modalities of the training of trainers who perform their training mission –full-time or part-time- within the framework of the training institution(s) or in Courts (content, educational methods, duration, periodicity, etc…); Is training of trainers compulsory?
X. Please specify what initiatives are taken to assure vicinity between trainers and trainees at regional and local level as well as to develop communication (including through the Internet);
XI. Please specify what initiatives
are taken to assure participation of the training
institution in international co-operation in the
field of training (exchanges between training
institutions, periodicity of these exchanges,
organisation of / participation. in international
seminars, co-operation with International
Organisations / Institutions (Council of Europe, the
European Commission, etc…)).
Replies to the questionnaire (last update: 30/10/07)
Republic of Montenegro
Russian Federation: Academy of the Office of the Prosecutor General
"The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia"
Prepared and adopted by the Bureau of the Lisbon Network at its first meeting (Palais de l’Europe, Strasbourg, 16- 17 December 2004)