Two Day AIM Restorative Practice and Harmful Sexual Behaviour -London 2nd & 3rd April 2020
This two-day course aims to develop practice confidence and competence in delivering direct face to face restorative meetings in cases of child/adolescent harmful sexual behaviour.
It is based on the body of practice experience contained in the AIM Restorative Practice and HSB (AIM Project 2020) and workers will need access to that guidance in order to complete the training.
Theoretical perspectives, up to date research, the use of appropriate assessment and practice exercises in shaping preparation as well as meeting facilitation will be covered. The course will employ a mixture of training methods, including direct input, small group exercises, case studies and DVD example and role play.
By the end of the course participants will:
- Have an understanding of the AIM Project approach to restorative practice in the context of HSB and how this is congruent and consistent with the most recently revised RJC Best Practice Guidance
- Have a knowledge of contemporary research that underpins the AIM Approach
- Be familiar with and able to use the AIM RP Assessment framework to inform preparation and shape the meeting
- Have an appreciation of how restorative practice with HSB can support any parallel therapeutic intervention/support for both the offender and victim
The AIM Project is a training provider registered by The Restorative Justice Council (http://www.restorativejustice.org.uk/trainers/)
To apply visit the AIM Project website, http://aimproject.org.uk/?page_id=919
Or contact the AIM office on 07788286698 to register for the next AIM week course on 2nd/3rd April in Tower Hamlets, London
Cost: £280 + £85 for copy of the Guidance