Introduction to Restorative Practice - Module 1
This 12 week experiential learning course delivered by NI Alternatives in partnership with Ulster University aims to enable participants to:
Examine Key Principles & Values of Restorative Justice
Understand the restorative process and how it applies to interpersonal and community conflict
To consider how restorative justice may be applied in the event of a crime
To reflect on the nature of harm caused by crime and its impact
To understand how restorative justice works in the local context of each student
Completing the course and accompanying assessment will also enable participants to:
Define what restorative justice is
Understand how a range of restorative processes may be used in response to conflict
Describe how harm impacts on people and communities as a result of crime and conflict
Recognise how restorative justice may apply in the local context of the student
Should participants complete Modules 1 and 2 of this course, they will be eligible to apply for Foundation Registered Practitioner status with the RJC at a reduced fee.
Should participants complete the third module of the course, they will be eligible to apply for intermediate practitioner status with the RJC at a reduced fee.
Glenn Millar (Training Manager)
137 Agnes Street