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Each fiscal year, CACJ provides trainings for the accountability courts in Georgia during the fiscal year. Please visit our website frequently for updates.
Trainings offered by CACJ include team tune-ups, evidence-based curriculum facilitator trainings, role-specific trainings, and assessment trainings. A PDF link to the current fiscal year training calendar is provided. Each court’s coordinator is responsible for registering team members for training. As the point of contact for the court, the coordinator will receive an announcement of when registration opens. Please refer to the CACJ Rules for specific information regarding training requirements for your team and role.
Download the FY24 training calendar for a complete list of trainings offered by CACJ.
Save-The-Date: The CACJ 2024 Annual Training Conference is scheduled to be held September 15-18, 2024.
Programs identified as “Model Courts” are those that have met and exceeded adherence to Georgia’s Standards as dictated by strong performance on certification and peer review processes.
CACJ is pleased to offer the Coordinator and Case Manager Mentor Program and as a form of technical assistance (TA) to the courts. The programs accepts applications for mentees and mentors each fiscal year. CACJ will accept applications for FY23 November 28 - December 30, 2022. Mentorship pairings will be announced by January 30, 2023.