Justice College is a State Academy that is located within the Department of Justice and Constitutional Development. Our central focus is on offering a high quality, relevant expanded programme offering that is institutionalize to contribute to the DoJ&CD vision and strategic objectives. Our programmes are designed to offer functional skills that enhance participant’s knowledge, skill and behavioral competencies.
Justice College aims to be the legal learning provider of choice in the Public Sector.
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Justice College learning and development programmes are centred in developing a professional, responsive and legally capable public sector workforce.
A culture and ethos of service will be imbued throughout the public sector, meeting the expectations of stakeholders and communities, and based on policy commitments of government.
The Justice College will assist client Departments to continuously improve outcomes and impact by institutionalising effective legal learning L&D.
As the ultimate purpose of all the Justice College learning and development programmes there will be an organisational development focus in every aspect of design, development and delivery ensuring that capacity issues are approached holistically, developmentally and systematically.Read More
Justice College has appointed qualified and experienced Lecturers to provide support to learners. Learners may contact Lecturers by e-mail, or alternatively telephonic appointments.
Follow this link to read about our accreditation, registration process, language policy and recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) .Read More
The purpose of this programme is to enable learners to use the ICMS System by capturing & registering cases, to use various computer technologies while performing their duties, gain essential project management skills .Read More
The purpose of the programme is to ensure that Learners gain insight into all rules, principles, case law and the provisions and procedures involved in specific legislation, granting judgments and execution procedures.Read More
The purpose of the programme is to develop managerial skills for first line mangers and to ensure that the front-line staff/ supervisors are given the knowledge and practical know-how in terms of service excellence principles.Read More
National School of Government (NSG) Programmes dealing with Induction, Managing Performance and Policy and Procedure on Incapacity Leave and Ill-Health Retirement in the Public Service.
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Justice CollegeEnquiries: AndGerber@justice.gov.za
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