The National Judicial Institute on Domestic Child Sex Trafficking (NJIDCST) trainings by the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges (NCJFCJ) were held between 2014-2018. The NJIDCST hosted seven national training events, to provide judges with a highly interactive educational opportunity to expand their knowledge of trafficking risk factors, victim identification, effective intervention strategies, and other cultural considerations. The NJIDCST conducted surveys to assess. The NCJFCJ’s National Center for Juvenile Justice (NCJJ) staff conducted analysis of the data collected over time in order to understand the cumulative performance of the seven training events containing a total of 134 participants. The analysis centered around ~17 of the Likert Scale and Ordinal measures common between these institutes, including 15 areas of knowledge, satisfaction, and number of identified risk factors. The findings demonstrate that the NJIDCST’s goals are being met, and the majority of individual trainings examined demonstrated statistically significant results, and therefore seem to have improved the knowledge of the attendees. The analysis did identify areas of opportunity such as, improving data collection and improving training content for specific areas efforts in several topic areas.