The Lord Chief Justice is responsible for arrangements for training the courts’ judiciary in England and Wales under the Constitutional Reform Act 2005. The Senior President of Tribunals has an equivalent responsibility in relation to judges and members of the tribunals within the scope of the Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement Act 2007. The Chief Coroner has similar responsibilities, outlined in the Coroners and Justice Act 2009. These responsibilities are exercised through the Judicial College.
A programme of continuing education is provided for all judges exercising a civil jurisdiction
Training programmes are delivered to newly appointed legal advisers sitting in adult, family and youth courts
Each tribunal delivers a training programme for judges and members who sit in that jurisdiction
High Court and Justices of Appeal can attend short seminars held after court on targeted topics of interest