DJI launches military judiciary training program
Dubai, July 6, 2010
The Dubai Judicial Institute (DJI) has launched a military judiciary training program that has been specially customised for the UAE Department of Military Justice.
The new course is the result of the recently forged partnership between the DJI and the Military Judiciary and is in line with the DJI Strategic Plan 2010, which aims to develop vocational rehabilitation programs and provide continuous training that is in accordance with international best practices and standards.
The new training program is part of DJI's continuing efforts to reinforce judicial and legal excellence in the region and to establish standards of transparency and judicial efficiency, complementing the Federal Government's vision of building an integrated knowledge-based society.
The training program is based on a participatory methodology outline that includes practical teaching and lectures; adoption of training methods; case and field studies; workshops; research and discussion sessions.
“This new course offering demonstrates the DJI’s firm commitment towards establishing strategic partnerships with various government departments and creating development training programs that can help enrich and maximise efficiencies,” stated Essam Al Humaidan, chairman, DJI.
The new program will run for three months and will end on September 16.-TradeArabia News Service
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