Events & Courses
Calling all university students and recent graduates with an interest in criminal justice! Do you know what Restorative Justice is? Want to find out more?
Join Why me? on Wednesday the 27th of October, for an RJ unpacked event where we will talk about what Restorative Justice is, clear up any misconceptions, and generate a discussion about how it can transform the Criminal Justice System for the better.
This FREE two-hour interactive online workshop for students (delivered over Zoom) will introduce the principles and values of restorative practice and look at what these can mean in managing conflicts in student settings and in creating safe spaces where individuals can speak openly and learn from the personal experiences of others. The workshop will be of particular interest to students with peer support or leadership roles, including roles in equalities and/or student welfare and wellbeing.
Join Why me? on the 28th of October for there monthly Restorative Justice service provider forum from 11 am-12 pm.
This month they will be discussing access to Restorative Justice for those with protected characteristics. The Restorative Justice service provider forum is a knowledge exchange opportunity for professionals within the field of Restorative Justice to learn and network with each other.
Join Why me? on the 29th of October for there monthly Youth Justice Forum from 12pm - 1pm.
This month they will be joined by Anna McMorrin, Labour MP and Shadow Minister for Victims and Youth Justice. Anna will share her views on the changes needed to the Youth Justice system, how we can better support victims, and the role that Restorative Justice could play. She is then keen to have a conversation with attendees to hear their questions and insights.
Frances Jessie presents this intensive one-day online Working Restoratively with Special Education Needs course.
Places limited to 12 participants to maximise learning.
[2nd, 10th, 18th, 22nd November 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.
2nd and 10th November 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.
The course will familiarise you with the National Occupational Standards for Restorative Practice as you learn, implement and gather evidence of these skills in your work.
Frances Jessie presents this two hour online Working Restoratively with Bullying course suitable for practitioners working in education and youth settings.
This RJC approved course provides intensive, interactive facilitator training, focused on building an understanding of a restorative ethos and developing effective facilitation skills - which enable participants to facilitate safe and effective restorative processes in their setting.