Events & Courses
This training takes an in depth look at the restorative approach, equipping participants with the skills to manage a range of situations and to think about how their organisation can incorporate this highly effective approach to promote change. It is delivered over ten, 90 minute modules. and is suitable for people of all experience levels.
The RJC will be hosting the next London Restorative Justice Forum (online meeting) on Thursday 24th June 2021 from 2pm - 4pm.
28th June 2021 – 7.30 pm – 9.00 pm Free Restorative Justice 4 Schools and Youth Resilience UK Webinar
This training is for staff working with students and young people to prepare them to have appropriate, change affecting conversations around knife crime. The course aims to develop the skills, information, confidence and resources to challenge and safeguard those involved in low level knife crime.
1st & 7th July 2021 – Introductory Schools Restorative Approaches Training – This is our usual one-day training but will be delivered on-line via zoom over two shorter days to ensure maximum engagement and opportunity to ask questions.
1st, 7th, 9th, 16th July 2021 - This is our usual three-day training but will be delivered on-line via Zoom over four shorter days to ensure maximum engagement and opportunity to ask questions,
This two-day course is primarily targeted at experienced restorative practitioners working either in the criminal justice system or in the context of a child safeguarding/therapeutic environment.
Participants may have only a basic understanding of harmful sexual behaviours, but ideally should have practice experience in the field of restorative work with cases defined by the RJC Practice Guidance as ‘Sensitive and Complex’. This would equate to practitioners at an intermediate or advanced level or be managing staff at that level.
This year we are exploring the impact of race and power in restorative work and, through our continued collaborative approach, champion access to restorative processes for victims of mental health offences. Thus, the focus of the 5th Annual Meeting of the Restorative Network in Forensic Mental Health is ‘Exploring social justice restoratively in Forensic Mental Health'. We look forward to welcoming you!!
Restorative Chats How to Make Them Work
This 1-hour taster session looks at the principles of RJ and how positive shaming can bring about both accountability and behavioural change.
This 3 hour workshop explores the dynamics of conflict within family settings and how practitioners can help to facilitate difficult conversations in the home.