FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

What is EJL?

EJL (European Judicial Officers e-Learning) is an e-learning teaching platform available to judicial officers of the European Union. It is the result of a project co-funded by the European Union (2012-2014) and for which a consortium of six members was created. This consortium brings together the national chambers which represent the profession of judicial officers in France (lead partner), Belgium, Italy, Luxembourg and Poland as well as the national school of procedure (France) and the national school for judges (France).
The CEHJ has been responsible for developing the EJL project since January 2015.

Who is EJL aimed at?


EJL has been created to teach judicial officers of the European Union about the European instruments of judicial cooperation in civil matters.
 

How much does EJL cost?


The seven teaching modules currently available are free of charge.

How do I obtain my access codes?


French judicial officers will be sent their login and password directly by e-mail.
Judicial officers from other Member States of the European Union should first send a request using the form that can be accessed from the homepage, via the link "Contact ". Once the form has been completed and sent electronically to the CEHJ, the CEHJ will create the desired account and send the login and password to the judicial officer who filled in the form.

I have lost my password. What should I do?


On the homepage, click on the "Lost login or password?" link. You will then be directed to a page where you will be asked to enter the user name or the e-mail address you used to register. Your access codes will then be sent by e-mail to the e-mail address you provided.
If the problem persists, please contact us by e-mail at ejl@cehj.eu.

I have forgotten my login. What should I do?


On the homepage, click on the "Lost login or password?" link. You will then be directed to a page where you will be asked to enter the user name or the e-mail address you used to register. Your access codes will then be sent by e-mail to the e-mail address you provided.
If the problem persists, please contact us by e-mail at ejl@cehj.eu.

In which languages is the EJL platform available?


The platform is available in English and French. You simply need to choose the language you want by selecting the boxes on the top right of the login screen (EN / FR).

For which modules can I register?


The EJL offers seven teaching modules dedicated to the European instruments of judicial cooperation in civil matters, namely:
•    The European enforcement order
•    The European order for payment procedure
•    The European small claims procedure
•    Maintenance obligations
•    The service of documents
•    The Brussels I and Brussels I (recast) Regulations
•    The Brussels II a Regulation

In which languages are the modules available?


The modules are composed of two parts:
•    A general part consisting of extracts from official documents of the European Union. This part is available in all languages of the European Union except Gaelic.
•    Specific parts dedicated to the European news on the specific module as well as domestic applications in different Member States, namely: Belgium, France, Italy, Luxembourg and Poland. These specific parts are available in German, English, French, Italian, Dutch and Polish.

How many hours of training are validated per module?


The number of training hours validated per module is 3h.

For how long do I have access to the modules for which I am registered?


Access to the modules for which you are registered is unlimited.

Are the quizzes I answer archived?


EJL archives the best quizzes you have answered, whether a starting quiz or final exam. You can access them via "Reporting".

How can I receive my certificate of achievement?


If you get at least 60% correct answers on the final exam, a certificate of achievement is automatically sent to you at the e-mail address you have provided in "My account". If you have any problems, please contact us at: ejl@cehj.eu.

Who can I contact to receive more detailed information?

If you are having problems, please contact us by e-mail at the following e-mail addresses:
ejl@cehj.eu and cehj@cehj.eu

Who wrote the teaching modules?


The general parts of the teaching modules have been written by or under the aegis of institutions of the European Union. They are extracted either from practical guides prepared by the European Commission, or from the e-book written under the aegis of the Council of the European Union entitled: Civil law – European judicial cooperation.
The specific parts have been written by legal professionals, judicial officers and/or academics, residents of the countries for which they have been asked to provide their expertise.

Can I download the modules?


The modules cannot be downloaded. They can be read on all kinds of equipment (smartphone, tablet, computer, etc.) thanks to the platform's Responsive Design concept.

Is there a User Guide?


You can download the EJL User Guide by clicking here.