Training Center of Justice of Georgia (TCJ) is a Legal Entity of Public Law under the Ministry of Justice of Georgia, that provides organizational development, professional training, management, and service quality development to the agencies operating under the Ministry of Justice of Georgia. The Center was established in 2015 by the order of the Minister of Justice of Georgia.
The training center’s vision is to contribute to the creation of a state that is guided by good governance principles, provides a legal environment, protects human rights, and ensures equal opportunities for all.
The TCJ aims to promote the current legal reforms and the government’s objective of bringing Georgian law into compliance with European and international legal norms through the implementation of training initiatives and public awareness campaigns.
The main principles of the training center are:
The training modules offered by the center cover legal, social, professional, and penitentiary areas.
Justice Training Center in Tbilisi
The Training Center in Tbilisi is the main administrative office of the center where the center’s management, employees and trainers are accommodated. The Center is focused on continuous quality improvement, which is confirmed by holding the ISO-9001:2015 certificate. Conference spaces and working rooms of the Center are equipped with modern technologies and international standards. The Center has fully equipped and comfortable 5 training rooms, 3 testing and assessment rooms, and 2 conference rooms for interested organizations to arrange and hold events.
Justice Training Center in Kvareli
Kvareli Training Center of Justice offers its visitors comfortable infrastructure and high-standard training facilities, a high-class hotel with 36 rooms, which can accommodate 72 people. Each room has a terrace with a beautiful view. The Training Center has well-equipped and comfortable 6 training and 3 meeting halls, computer labs, conference halls for up to 170 people, leisure spaces, inner yard and an outdoor swimming pool. Kvareli Training Center provides its visitors not only training and workshop facilities but also an opportunity to relax and enjoy the spectacular landscape of Kakheti, which is located – only 2 hours’ drive from the capital.
The Center is open for international Conferences and events.
Justice Training Center in Saakadze
The Penitentiary Training Department is responsible for developing and organizing high-quality special professional training, retraining, and qualification improvement training courses for the staff of the Special Penitentiary Service of the Ministry of Justice of Georgia, as well as implementing projects in collaboration with international and local partners in accordance with the needs of the Special Penitentiary Service and prepare relevant reports.
The Penitentiary Training Department provides special training courses and retraining programs in the Saakadze Training Center, a multifunctional base. The training facility is unique in the region, bringing together a variety of opportunities in one location, including: