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Outcome-based Education Training on Juvenile Justice (Training of Trainers)

Posted by ISD-RPLO on January 22, 2019

Held on September 24–25 at The Bayleaf Hotel, Manila, this trainers’ training was participated in by 40 members of the Committee on Family Courts and Juvenile Concerns, and selected judges and branch clerks of court who will serve as lecturers and facilitators in the pilot training.

On the first day, the trainers had workshops on Simulation Exercises on Hosting and Serving as Master of Ceremonies, Small Group Discussion Simulation, Preparation of Instructional Media, and Making a Case Study Report through Google Form. These workshops were facilitated by Dr. Erlyn A. Sana, Professor of Health Professions Education, and Dr. Abby Jennifer S. Tamayo, a Master of Health Professions Education student. Doctors Sana and Tamayo are also from the National Teacher Training Center for the Health Professions, University of the Philippines Manila.

A documentary entitled “Kwento ng Buhay: A Documentary Film of CICL” was also shown for participants to be able to identify salient points in handling CICL.

The second day of the training began with the lecture on Effective Conduct of Restorative Justice to CICL: Diversion and Disposition Conferences by Ms. Martina Jordan, Director of the Northern Ireland Consensus NI Restorative Solutions Ltd talk on. In the afternoon, the attendees participated in a workshop and role play presentation on diversion. Prof. Myrna S. Feliciano, Chairperson of PHILJA Department of Legal Method and Research, gave the closing remarks.

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