Yes, Richard, they train judges in child protection proceedings in Michigan.
They have this "Yellow Book", funded through the Court Improvement Project, which has all the forms and procedures for child protection proceedings which is not online but can be had by calling and mailed.
Then there is the Michigan Probate Benchbook.
But the most effective tool I found was this state has Pre-Bench Orientation:
Michigan Judicial Disqualification Conflicts of Interest
Other than that, judicial training is conducted by the child placing agencies where judges sit as board directors and advisors, as they preside over the cases brought before them by the same child placing agencies they received their training.
Training is just another farce.
If Michigan judges actually found out what they were doing, they probably would not be doing it.