Events & Courses
Why Me? are hosting their first RJ Providers forum of 2021.
This is a 2-day training in facilitating Complex and Sensitive Restorative Justice Interventions. This course is planned to run on 26 and 27 Jan 2021.
This is a 3-day online restorative practice course which includes Restorative Justice level 1. This course is planned to run on the 28th Jan, 11th Feb, 25th Feb 2021.
This RJC approved foundation course will be delivered as a live Webinar course over 10 Modules – each module lasting 90 minutes, with two modules delivered per day, with a break in between, over a span of 4 weeks.
This is a 3-day online certificated training in Restorative Justice Level 2. This course is planned to run on Mon 8th, Tues 9th, Wed 10th Feb 2021.
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.
Introductory Schools Restorative Approaches Training 8th and 16th March 2021 – 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
Restorative Justice Conference Facilitation Training (8th, 16th, 24th and 30th March)
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
The RJC is hosting the next London Restorative Justice Networking Forum (online meeting) on Thursday 18th March 2021 from 2pm - 4pm.
This six-week course is designed as an introductory overview of the Restorative Justice field and its potential for making a transformative contribution at multiple levels: global, national, regional, local and personal. Each session will offer experiential learning alongside theory and resources for ‘taking it further’. The learning will be accumulative and the group will develop a life of its own, so those who register are asked to commit for all six sessions.