Guided by two core principles – curriculum-based planning and interactive learning – these committees will work with Center staff to identify competencies and to develop and revise curricula to address those competencies. They will also advise and assist in designing programs and resources that use interactive learning principles and methods.
The three new Education Advisory Committees are:
- Committee on Executive Education (leadership and management education for chief judges, court unit executives, and deputy court unit executives);
- Committee on Management and Professional Development Education (leadership and management education for supervisors and managers, and professional development education for line staff); and
- Committee on Probation and Pretrial Services Education (education specific to probation and pretrial services for chiefs, deputies, supervisors, specialists, and officers).
More information about the Education Advisory Committees (link: http://fjconline.fjc.dcn/content/advisory-committees) and the members on each committee can be found on FJC Online.