Judicial Capacity Development and Training Division


  1. Develop training plan to improve knowledge, expertise and quality of the judicial officers and staff of the Chief Registrar’s Office;
  2. Conduct research relating to the training needs and analyse the impact of the training to the organization and judicial officers and update the training’s curriculum based on research on the current legal issues and service delivery of the Chief Registrar’s Office;
  3. Design and establish collaboration with other training centers and agencies that conduct relevant training program / seminar / workshop. Act as medium to ensure that training / seminar / workshop offered could enhance the human capital of the officers and staff of the Chief Registrar’s Office;
  4. Monitor and analyze the effectiveness of program / seminar / workshop organized;
  5. Monitor and ensure the officers and support staff of the Chief Registrar’s Office  meet with the requirement of the courses attendance set up by the department;
  6. Identify experienced judicial officers to deliver talks on courses organized by ILKAP (Judicial and Legal Training Institute) and other agencies;
  7. Coordinate and manage the budget allocated to Judicial Capacity Development dan Training Division;
  8. Coordinate the screening process of officers / support staff for their application to study sponsored by the government or other agencies;
  9. Coordinate the application and the placement of Industrial Training (Practical) for Law students at the Chief Registrar’s Office throughout Malaysia;
  10. Manage programs such as Green Harvest and Marshalling for law students to be placed at the Chief Registrar’s Office throughout Malaysia; and
  11. Manage the participation of the Judges / Judicial Officers attending courses abroad.

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