When it comes to magic, there are the schools which give everyone basic magical training only. This includes learning how to read ancient calligraphy (though the Queen wants to get all spells written up in a clear format to reduce the number of magical accidents occuring due to misreading an ingredient) and basic defence measures against the "inevitably evil" that always crop up when there's magic anywhere in the vicinity. The ability to get out of harm's way and the use of invisibillity are major aids here.
Eileen started her own training programme so she would have able bodied assistants in the fights against dragons, ogres etc. She failed to see why she should be on her own with that one. The Queen, on the other hand, wanted her cousin kept really busy so Eileen could ask no more awkward questions about magical power abuses.
Hanastrew has taken over the running of Eileen's programme, appropriately since she was one of the first graduates. The emphasis is on magical defence and any spells which can be used to attack beings that are likely to attack you first if given half a chance. Eileen, and Hanastrew, have always believed there should be no such thing as being given half a chance. There is also a "watching the enemy" element to this programme though on Earth this would be known as how to spy without being caught.
There is some basic journalistic training (overseen by Roherum, much to the despair of the weatherman who envisages generations of avuncular journalists whose idea of an in-depth question is to be up to their knees in mud when asking it). There isn't training as such for those who serve on the Council though there is a lot of protocol Council members are obliged to follow. That was designed centuries ago by the fairy crown to ensure Council members always knew their place. It is less successful in this era given it hasn't stopped L'Evallier asking awkward questions of his boss (though it has made him more sympathetic to Eileen when she asked awkward questions).