RJ Working CIO awarded Registered Training Provider status


The RJC is pleased to announce that RJ Working CIO has been awarded Registered Training Provider status.

RJ Working was established in 2012 by four women. Wanting to make the experience of the criminal justice system better for families, the organisation started working with local communities in Cornwall, building connection and tackling antisocial behaviour.

In 2016, the board decided to focus specifically on children and young people, with the intention that a whole generation of young people would learn Restorative Practice as part of their education.

Training is delivered by highly skilled and experienced trainers. Course participants are provided with a range of post course support, advice and guidance which is tailored to individual needs

[RJC Registration Decision Report (Sept 21]

RJ Working equips adults and young people with the language, principles and confidence to lead restorative practice development in their schools. Their current training offer includes:

  • Restorative Leadership programmes for children, young people and 16+
  • Restorative Practice Facilitator Training
  • Equality and Equity Workshops
  • Introduction to Restorative Practice

You can find details of their full training offer by CLICKING HERE

Having previously held the RJC’s Training Provider Quality Mark (TPQM), we are delighted that RJ Working CIO have continued to demonstrate that their training provisions continues to meet the standards set out in Registered Training Provider framework.

 Jim Simon, the RJC’s chief executive said:

“I am delighted that RJ Working CIC has achieved Registered Training Provider status. By meeting the standards set out in our Registered Training Provider Framework, those accessing their courses can be confident in the quality of training being provided.”

Emma Thompson, RJ Working’s Participation Lead said:

“We are so proud to be granted Registered Trainer Status by the RJC. More than anything, this is a testament to the ongoing learning and inspiration we receive from the children and young people we work with. We’re hoping that this moment for celebration will help us to forge greater and more diverse connections in our local community and further afield.

To find out more about RJ Working CIO visit their website or contact deborah@rjworking.co.uk