Restorative Practice in Student Settings: An Introduction

This one-day interactive online course is for college and University staff with roles in student support, discipline, welfare and well-being. The course will introduce key concepts of restorative practice and explore their application in student contexts including in community building, addressing harm and conflict and creating safe spaces where individuals can speak openly and learn from the experiences of others.

Course aims:

Understand the principles and values of restorative practice, the philosophy and mindset that underpin the approach and how restorative practice differs from other ways of addressing harm and conflict.

Understand restorative language, themes and processes.

Introduce and practice restorative skills.

Reflect on how restorative practice can help address key challenges in student life, for example by supporting respectful dialogue, addressing everyday conflicts in student housing or addressing issues such as racism, cancel culture and rape culture.

Reflect on the relationship between restorative practice and existing disciplinary procedures and the opportunities and challenges of integrating restorative practice with existing mechanisms.

The course will be delivered over Zoom from 9:30am-3:30pm, including 60 minutes break time and 30 minutes’ offline study.

EVENT DATES

11 January 2022 - 09:30 - 15:30

EVENT FEES

£60 (Early Bird rate if booked more than two months in advance), £75 (full price)

BOOKING INFORMATION

CLICK HERE TO BOOK YOUR PLACE

CONTACT INFORMATION

Contact Name | Joy Bettles

Email | joy@minthouseoxford.co.uk

 

This event is being hosted by an RJC member organisation. It is not delivered by, or on behalf of, the RJC.

 
When
11 Jan 2022 9:30am through  3:30 PM
Location
ONLINE EVENT