For Organisations

Welcome to the organisational area of our website. Whether you are interested in restorative practice within education, health, social care, workplaces or within the community, you’ll find the information you need right here!

You’ll also find information and resources for services operating within the criminal justice sector and for those who provide restorative training. 



If your organisation is not already a member of the RJC then why not consider joining today. We offer a range of organisational memberships suited to your needs that not only benefit you, but your staff too. Whether you work on your own or have a large organisation, we have a membership to suit you.  



The RJC has developed clear, evidence-based Practice Frameworks and guidance to support the delivery of quality restorative practice and has put mechanisms in place to enable our members to demonstrate that they meet those standards. Our Registration Frameworks and Practice Guidance have been designed to apply to all areas of restorative practice, including formal and informal processes in the workplace, education, care homes, health, the community, criminal justice and within families. We have been careful to ensure that they do not constrain practice or hamper practitioner creativity and the need for practitioners and/or services to develop and exercise their professional judgement. 


Our Frameworks

Our Registered Restorative Organisation framework is for those who work restoratively but do not necessarily facilitate restorative processes outside of their organisation. This could include schools, healthcare settings, local authorities, social care organisations or workplaces.  

Registered Service Providers are normally commissioned to deliver restorative justice services for victims of crime. They will typically accept external referrals for both direct and indirect restorative processes.

Registered Training Providers and/or individual trainers can apply for registration if they are delivering initial restorative justice / practice training and/or specialist training courses such as complex and sensitive case training, using restorative justice in cases of domestic violence and supervision training.



Our Training and Career pages are for those looking to start a career in restorative justice. Restorative practice is a rapidly expanding field, and this is an exciting time to pursue a career as a restorative practitioner. Organisations can use this space to promote vacancies, and, for our members, upcoming training opportunities, events and continued professional development. 



Whether you are just starting your restorative journey or you are seeking continued professional development opportunities for your staff, selecting the right course is vital to ensuring high quality practice. Our Approved Courses have been rigorously assessed to ensure you receive the highest quality training. 



For the latest events, courses and continued professional development opportunities run by the RJC, our members and other organisations, visit our events page using the link in the menu. RJC members can list their own events and courses free of charge on our website.



Are you looking for e-learning opportunities? Our members have developed a range of online restorative justice programmes for the restorative sector. Use the link in the menu to see what’s currently on offer.



Are you recruiting for paid or volunteer positions within the restorative sector? Then look no further! You can advertise on our website for FREE by submitting your vacancy using our online form HERE.  



The RJC is committed to publishing a wide range of open access, downloadable resources and case studies for those interested in restorative justice / restorative practice across a range of sectors. You can access our resource library using the link in the menu. Exclusive content including our latest Practice Guidance and sector specific guidelines are available for members only to download.



Resolution Online is the digital version of our quarterly members magazine, Resolution. Click the link in the menu to read our latest news and articles. Do you have an article you would like us to consider publishing online? Submit your request HERE.



The easiest way to share information with the RJC is through our online form’s portal. From here you can submit event details, vacancy details, request support from the RJC, submit and respond to articles on our online blog.