Judiciary Goes Online to explain what they do and why it matters
Published 02/10/2019 by Claire Gilbert
About the Judiciary's planned course aimed at the public, and young people in particular, about the Modern Judiciary.
The Judiciary of England & Wales has announced the launch of its first ever online course, expected to be launched in January 2020.
Entitled ‘The Modern Judiciary: Who they are, what they do and why it matters’, the course is aimed at young people and is designed to explain the workings and purpose of the modern Judiciary.
The course – or MOOC (Massive Online Open Course) – has been developed by the Judiciary in partnership with King’s College London and will be hosted on the FutureLearn platform.
A link to the announcement by the Courts and Tribunals Judiciary can be found here .
A video trailer for the planned 5 week course can be viewed at www.judiciary.uk/mooc where applicants can also pre-register for enrolment.