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The Georgia Municipal Courts Training Council (GMCTC) consists of five municipal
judges appointed by the Council of Municipal Court Judges and is staffed by the AOC. The Training Council oversees all aspects of training for municipal judges and chief clerks, including certification, curriculum development, and continuing education courses. The GMCTC also acts as the liaison to the Judicial Qualifications Commission concerning judges in regard to training requirements. Georgia law requires that all municipal court judges and chief clerks obtain annual certification. Judges must initially complete 20 hours of training and 12 hours annually to remain in good standing Chief municipal clerks are required to complete 16 hours of training in the first year of employment, and 8 hours annually each year thereafter.






Announcing the Georgia Courts Registrar for 2015 educational activities

Municipal court clerks will sign up for 2015 continuing education through the new Georgia Courts Registrar, an online user interface developed for use by many court professionals licensed or certified by the Institute of Continuing Judicial Education and other judicial branch organizations.

The Georgia Courts Registrar will allow you to enter profile information, pay fees (use of a credit card, rather than a check, will expedite your course registration), register for course events, upload documents, track certification hours, and communicate with ICJE staff through a secure user account.

Please return here, , to the ICJE sign-up page for additional information in the next several weeks as we provide further details about using the Registrar. Feel free to contact the ICJE, Missy Tolbert at (706) 369-5809 or Kathy Adams at (706)-369-5793, with inquiries about the upcoming change. As always, we look forward to a productive educational year!



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