(i) To prepare newly appointed judges for performing their duties and functions;
(ii) To ensure uniformity and predictability of decisions by equipping the judges with adequate command of laws, procedures and the technology of judging;
(iii) To educate judges on related areas of knowledge and skills useful for judicial work;
(iv) To inculcate the right kind of values, attitudes and perspectives desirable for undertaking judicial functions;
(v) To motivate and prepare for absorbing reformist initiatives, overcome resistance to change and to manage change in a manner beneficial to judicial administration.