4 Day Restorative Practice Facilitator Training

This 4 day facilitator training course (held on 27th February, 5th, 12th and 19th March 2020) provides intensive, interactive facilitator training, focusing on building an understanding of restorative values and the practice of effective facilitation skills. The aim of the training is to create effective restorative facilitators who use restorative processes in a mutually respectful, safe and inclusive way and go on to implement this into their community, school or work place.

This 4 day facilitator training course (held on 27th February, 5th, 12th and 19th March 2020) provides intensive, interactive facilitator training, focusing on building an understanding of restorative values and the practice of effective facilitation skills.


The aim of the training is to create effective restorative facilitators who use restorative processes in a mutually respectful, safe and inclusive way and go on to implement this into their community, school or work place.

The initial training course includes:

  • Theory - supporting participants to develop a theoretical understanding of restorative processes and gain knowledge of the ethos, background and relevance of a RA across several settings.

  • Practice - practical skill development to enable participants to deal with conflict and harm in their work settings in a restorative way. This includes skills practice and role play using the key restorative questions to develop facilitator skills across the continuum of restorative processes from informal to formal. On the course, all participants will be given an opportunity to practice using RA facilitator skills and gain feedback.

  • Implementation - a consideration of how to implement restorative approaches in a specific work context, including practical resources for embedding a high quality restorative service.

After the initial training, students who wish to pursue Level 5 accreditation will then undertake independent research, work-based activities and network meetings over a 12 month period. Through these activities, participants build a portfolio, which demonstrates their knowledge and evidences how they meet the learning requirements – the portfolio is submitted at the end of the course. On completion of the accreditation programme, students will achieve 60 credits at Level 5 - credit rated by the University of Greenwich.

Rachel Quine is an Accredited Practitioner and the Royal Borough of Greenwich is a Registered Training Provider with the RJC. The course adheres to the RJC Trainers Code of Practice.


Ticket prices:

£420 for Greenwich participants

£470 for all other participants

To book a place at this event CLICK HERE


 

When
27 Feb 2020 12:00am   through   19 Mar 2020 12:00am
Location
Professional Development Centre, 1 Waterdale Road, London, SE2 0XT

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