Level 5 Accredited Restorative Practice Course
The Royal Borough of Greenwich has developed a unique training programme - credit rated by the University of Greenwich - which combines three crucial components to ensure the development of effective RA facilitators, while supporting advancement onto the RJC's accredited register.
The Course will include:
1. Theory – supporting participants to gain knowledge of the ethos, background and relevance of a Restorative Approach, with academic assignments to develop theoretical understanding.
2. Practice - practical skill development to enable participants to deal with harm in their work settings in a restorative way. Through this element of the course, participants evidence that their practice meets the national recognised standards in restorative practice (enabling entry onto the RJC Practitioner register)
3. Sustainability - a consideration of how to implement restorative approaches in a specific context, including practical resources for embedding a high quality restorative service.
The course will be delivered by Rachel Quine, Restorative Approaches and Anti-Bullying Co-ordinator and an Accredited Restorative Practitioner. The initial training takes places over 2 days and is followed by independent learning, work-based activities and network meetings over a 12 month period.
Through these activities, participants build a portfolio of evidence, which demonstrates their knowledge and evidences how they meet the learning requirements – the completed portfolio is submitted at the end of the course.
Ticket prices: £600, including University of Greenwich Moderation
London, SE14 6NW
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