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Report on Training Needs Assessment in Administrative Judiciary has been Published

Ankara 22 September 2020
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Report on Training Needs Assessment in Administrative Judiciary has been Published

Training Needs Assessment Report” prepared in the framework of the Joint Project on “Improving the Effectiveness of the Administrative Judiciary and Strengthening the Institutional Capacity of the Council of State” has been published.

The report prepared by the CoE international consultant Marina Naumovska Milevska is a comprehensive analysis of the results of training needs assessment. Within the scope of this assessment; questionnaires, focus group sessions conducted in the framework of the project, legislation, reports and strategic documents as well as the current statistical data were analysed for the purposes of identification of training needs in administrative judiciary. The report lays down suggestions in terms of subject and methodology regarding the training needs of administrative judiciary members and staff, and the general framework is drawn for the training programme in line with the results of the assessed qualitative and quantitative research tools.

During the preparation of the report, a gender approach has been adopted in the process of assessment of training needs.

Training component of the project will continue with creation of in-service training programme and material for judges and court staff. Following the creation of the training modules, training of trainers will be conducted and tested in the pilot courts and will be further disseminated through cascade training programmes.

Online versions of the report in Turkish and English are available at:

English: https://rm.coe.int/tna-en-web-003-/16809fa951

Turkish: https://rm.coe.int/tna-tr-web/16809fa952

 

The Joint Project on “Improving the Effectiveness of the Administrative Judiciary and Strengthening the Institutional Capacity of the Council of State” is implemented by the Council of Europe, and co-funded by the European Union, the Republic of Turkey and the Council of Europe. The Turkish Ministry of Justice - Directorate General for Legal Affairs is the end beneficiary of the Project.