Restorative justice 3-day facilitators course
Restorative approaches enable those who have been harmed to convey the impact of the harm to those responsible, and for those responsible to acknowledge this impact and take steps to put it right.
Restorative approaches refer to a range of methods and strategies which can be used both to prevent relationship-damaging incidents from happening and to resolve them if they do happen.
To provide participants with the knowledge and practical understanding of restorative practices.
This course is designed for any person working with children and young people who needs to use restorative practice
On successful completion, delegates will be able to:
- Explain the theories behind restorative practices
- Assess the suitability of a restorative conference
- Prepare participants for a conference
- Facilitate and evaluate a conference
Completion of the course requires a practical assessment—all days of the course must be attended
Venue and arrangements:
- The course will take place in Wareham, Dorset (venue TBC), 0930-1630 hours each day.
- Refreshments will be provided, but lunch will not be provided.
- Full joining instructions (including directions) will be sent out soon after the closing date.
- The fee for the course is £250 per delegate.
After completion of this course, staff can opt to become an accredited RJ facilitator through the Restorative Justice Council.
Please email email@example.com for a booking form and return by the closing date of Friday 19 April 2019. Delegates will be invoiced for this course by Dorset Police. Full charges will apply if you do not turn up on the day or you cancel after the closing date. Another person may take your place with prior notification.