Restorative Approaches Practitioner Training
A restorative justice approach is a dynamic and exciting concept dealing with conflict at all levels, and is currently being used in communities, schools, care homes, police service, prisons and youth o ending services to great e ect. Salus is a lead training provider that has been awarded a quality mark for its training courses from the Restorative Justice Council (RJC).
This 3-day interactive course trains participants to be restorative practitioners and will use a variety of materials,including videos , PowerPoint, role-play and group work activities.
This course will be delivered online, with some self-directed tasks. Participants will have access to digital downloads and some physical resources to accompany the training.
AIMS AND OBJECTIVES
- To gain knowledge of restorative justice and to consider how it is applied in a variety of settings.
- To explore alternative methods of behaviour management that avoids confrontation and escalation.
- To explore the dynamics of conflict and understand the range of needs that are involved when things go wrong.
- To learn de-escalation strategies and key skills in active listening to help restore and repair.
- To practice a range of skills in the use of restorative language and e ective questioning to promote positive communication between parties in conflict, including restorative conferences.
£225 + VAT
Weds 22nd Sept, Weds 29th Sept and Weds 6th Oct 2021 | 09:30 - 14:30
To book a place, or for more information, please contact Heather at firstname.lastname@example.org or 01303 817470
Contact Name | Heather
Email | email@example.com
Telephone | 01303 817470
This event is being hosted by an RJC member organisation. It is not delivered by, or on behalf of, the RJC.