Equality Act Judicial Training

David Johnson made this Rhyddid Gwybodaeth request to Judicial College

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Dear Judicial Studies Board,

I wish to request the following information. Please consider this request either under the FOIA, or as a "general correspondence" matter - whichever is likely to lead to disclosure.

I am interested to know the specific training that has been provided to civil Judges designated to deal with cases under the Equality Act 2010. I understand that in order to adjudicate such cases, there is specific training required.

The information I would like to see would include the syllabus of the course, an explanation of how it is delivered (eg - e-learning, correspondence), and a précis of the course content.

Many thanks,

Yours faithfully,

David Johnson

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