- This online guide to Juvenile Justice Act, 2015 will give you details and important points about Juvenile Justice. This course will make your knowledge of Juvenile Justice clear with the meaning of Juvenile.
- This course also deals with the information on Principles of JJ Act, JJ Board (Composition, Power, Inquiry Procedure, Bail, Appeal, Revision), CWC(Composition, Function, Records maintained), Heinous Offence, Petty Offence, Serious Offence, Rehabilitation, Adoption, Foster Care, Open shelter, Employment of Child Begging, Offences by child, Fit Facility, Aftercare, Child Care Institution and their function and members duties, State Adoption Resource Agency, Central Adoption Resource Authority, Steering Committee, Powers of Authority, Leave of absence to a child placed in an Institution, Release of a child from a Child Care Institution, Transfer of Child, District Child Protection Unit, Special Juvenile Police Unit, Monitoring by State Commissions for Protection of Child Rights, Inquiry in case of a Missing Child, Changes important points which added newly on JJ Act, 2015.
- This course is highly recommended for Law students, Law Practitioners, Child Care Institution worker, Special Juvenile police, and many others whose work relate to Juvenile Law and Child Protection, NGOs, and responsible parents.
Benefits of doing this online course from IALM:
- A must-buy for securing good grades in the Law exam
- A highly recommended course for understanding Juvenile Justice Law for protecting every child's future.
- This Course is mandatory for the protection of child abuse, begging, and crime.
- Through this course, anyone can understand the duties of a caseworker as well as a child care institutional worker towards the child.
- Understand the concept of various homes for children and Adoption rules and regulations.
- Help to file any case relate to Juvenile.
- Earn an IALM Certificate
Jobs & Career Opportunities:
Many attorneys who feel strongly about the treatment of young criminal offenders work in the juvenile justice department as juvenile defence lawyers. The issues surrounding punishment and rehabilitation of delinquent youth are very volatile. Lawyers who choose to pursue juvenile defence must prepare to be emotionally as well as intellectually invested in their client's case. Juvenile defence lawyers must incorporate child psychology and development, social work and knowledge of programs in community health and alternative education in order to appeal for the best possible outcome for their client.
- Juvenile Correctional Officers
The juvenile correctional officer works directly with inmates of a juvenile correctional facility, drug treatment centres or juveniles involved in a rehabilitation program. Using qualities of both a correctional officer and a social worker, they maintain the security and safety of youths in the justice system, enforce facility rules and monitor and report prisoner behaviour to correctional counsellors.
- Juvenile Correctional Counselors
Juvenile correctional counsellors, also referred to as correctional treatment specialists, work with juveniles who have been convicted of a crime to determine the best course of action to take in order to rehabilitate them. They work in coordination with correctional officers, probation or parole officers and judges to develop a series of activities and meetings for convicted juveniles. Correctional counsellors help the child address and change behaviours that might lead to more criminal behaviour.
- Juvenile Probation Officers and Parole Officers
Juvenile probation officers work with juveniles that have been deemed delinquent but suitable to return to society in a supervised program of rehabilitation. Probation officers serve as mentors and enforcement to these youths. They may work with family or caregivers to provide structure and accountability for youths on probation and accompany them to therapy appointments or to volunteering positions and community events. Juvenile parole officers have a very similar job description and an educational requirement to that of the probation officer; however, the offenders they work with have served and been released from a term in a correctional facility.
Other important information about this Online Course:
- Maximum Duration to complete the Course: 3-Month
- Course Fees: Rs. 7,500/- (Several Payment Options Available: Credit & Debit Cards, Cheque, Demand Draft, Cash, Wire Transfer – NEFT, PAYTM)
- Online Evaluation Method: Based on “Multiple Choice Question (MCQs)” and an “Assignment Submission” of 500-700words.
- The score of the online examination will be taken as the final result and Grade will be assigned as per the following scheme: Grade A – 80-100, Grade B – 65-79, Grade C – 50-64, Reattempt – Below 50
- Next Batch: Each IALM course starts every Saturday. Students can register online for the course at any time. Upon payment of fees and registration, the present Course will start on the forthcoming Saturday. If payment is made online through a credit card, we can start the course immediately.