To analyse the Judiciary and support staff and identify areas which require strengthening through training (this includes both topics to be studied and processes to be improved).
To engage in research both to identify and prepare programmes that respond to the judiciary and community’s perceptions of judicial weakness as well as to evaluate their impact.
To ensure that its faculty are not only competent but are trained and skilled in interactive learning techniques essential for adult education.
To prepare teaching plans and tools; present and evaluate sessions.
To provide judges and support staff with information to improve the quality of justice.
To provide and catalogue judicial tool manuals, bench books and other essential legal and judicial information, both in print and electronically.
To organize in partnership with the judiciary, judicial feedback and mentoring systems.
To seek sponsorship (where appropriate) to fund continuing judicial education for the judiciary and support staff.
To preserve public trust and confidence in the judiciary by ensuring that judges are impartial, competent, efficient and effective in the performance of their duties.