Salus awarded Registered Training Provider Status

The RJC is pleased to announce that Salus have been awarded Registered Training Provider status along with course approval for their Foundation Level – 3 Day Skills Based Restorative Practitioner Training.

Salus has been delivering restorative practice training and specialist support to professionals working with children, young people and the community for over 10 years. They have been long standing members of the RJC and have held our Training Provider Quality Mark (TPQM) since 2015. Having achieved Registered Training Provider status, Salus have demonstrated their ongoing commitment to delivering high quality restorative practice training to nationally agreed standards.

Jim Simon, the RJC’s chief executive said:

“Having held the TPQM since 2015, we are delighted that Salus have been awarded Registered Training Provider status. By meeting the standards set out in our Training Provider and Approved Course Frameworks, training participants and commissioners can be confident in the quality of training being provided.”

Heather Skelton, Salus’s Head of Restorative Justice: Education, Training and Consultancy said:

"Achieving and maintaining the RJC's quality mark for our training is essential for us as an organisation, as it ensures our training packages are high quality and robust enough to give commissioners confidence when looking for safe and meaningful restorative practice training."

In addition to becoming a Registered Training Provider, Salus have also been awarded Approved Course status for their 3 Day Skills Based Restorative Practitioner Training.

Approved Course status provides confidence to course participants that this training meets the minimum requirements for foundation level training; ensuring that participants are well prepared to start their career as a restorative practitioner.

This dynamic 3-day practitioner training course looks at the use of restorative approaches to help promote positive relationships in a variety of settings. It explores the key themes of this approach and a range of skills to help prevent conflict from escalating.

For more information contact Heather at or 01303 817470