For federally appointed judges, the two weeks of training are mandatory. There is no follow-up and there are no exams, but it is mandatory for all the judges to attend. There is a lot of skills training. You ask if there are exams and I say no, but there's a lot of work in tables with facilitators and senior judges who work with the judges, so they are constantly practising.
The “Judging in Your First Five Years” course—the intensive on sexual assault cases—is mandatory for all judges somewhere in their second to fifth year. All other training is at the decision of the judge and his or her chief justice. They are expected to take 10 days of education every year.