Registered Restorative Organisation

Thank you for your interest in becoming a Registered Restorative Organisation with the RJC.

In order to apply for Registration you will need to hold a current RJC Organisational or Charitable Membership. 

Not a member? You can sign up for membership by CLICKING HERE

Below you will find further details of how your organisation can become registered with the RJC.


 

Who should apply for our Restorative Organisation Registration?

A Restorative Organisation works restoratively but does not necessarily undertake restorative processes outside of their organisation. This could be, for example, a school, care home or workplace environment.


 

Why should I apply for Registration?

As a Registered Restorative Organisation, you will be demonstrating that your organisation is committed to delivering high quality restorative practice to nationally agreed standards.


 

The RJC Restorative Organisation Registration Framework

This Framework sets out how a restorative organisation should work. We have been careful to ensure that it does not constrain practice or hamper creativity and the need for services to develop and exercise their professional judgement. This Framework has been designed to be flexible so that it applies across different types of restorative practice without being overly prescriptive.  

The Framework is broken into six performance indicators with each indicator consisting of a number of standards which outline the requirements organisations are required to evidence.

1 - Leadership

1.1 - Building a restorative community

1.2 - Embedding restorative practice within strategic and operational planning

1.3 - Processes are in place to evaluate the impact of restorative practice

2 - Policies and Procedures

2.1 - Organisational policies and procedures promote safe and effective practice

2.2 - Arrangements are in place to ensure compliance with organisational policies and procedures

2.3 - Arrangements are in place for reviewing organisational policies and procedures

3 - Training and development

3.1 - Staff are trained to a level commensurate with their role 

3.2 - Restorative practice is included within the organisation’s induction procedures

3.3 - Organisational commitment to continued professional development

4 - Support and supervision

4.1 - Provide opportunities for practice supervision

4.2 - Provide opportunities to network with other restorative organisations

5 - Delivering indirect and informal restorative practice*

5.1 - Identifying appropriate restorative interventions

5.2 - Risk and safety assessment

5.3 - Preparing participants

5.4 - Facilitating indirect and informal restorative practice

5.5 - Facilitating and monitoring agreed outcomes

6 - Maintaining professional standards

6.1 - Adhering to the RJC’s Organisation Code of Practice

*Some organisations may have practitioners who are leading direct or formal restorative processes. If this is the case, the organisation should also apply for Practitioner Registration for each of the individuals undertaking direct restorative work.

Practitioner Registration requirements can be viewed by CLICKING HERE


 

The Registration Process

Organisations applying for registration are required to submit a portfolio of evidence demonstrating how they meet our registration standards. The organisation's portfolio consists of 6 key elements:

  • An Evidence Record and supporting documentation
  • Registration Supporting Commentary
  • Restorative Practice Offer Statement
  • Practitioner Statement
  • Mandatory Case Studies
  • A Signed copy of the Restorative Organisation Code of Practice

Upon receipt of your Registration Application, you will be provided with a copy of the RJC's Registered Restorative Organisation Application Guidance. This document includes applicant guidance and evidence requirements against each indicator.

Once you have gathered your organisational and practitioner evidence you will need to submit your portfolio for assessment. Your assessor will review the documentation provided and may contact you or your practitioners to request additional evidence, or to arrange a suitable time to discuss the evidence provided. You will receive an assessment report from your assessor which will outline whether your application for registration has been successful. If you are awarded Registered status, your organisation will be added to our Practice Register and you will receive you Registered Restorative Organisation certificate and logos. If your application is unsuccessful, your assessor will tell you why this is the case.


 

Registration Fees

The cost of Registration is:

Initial Registration Assessment £1,300 + VAT

Restorative Organisation Registration is valid for 1 year and is subject to annual renewal


 

Maintaining your registration

If your application for Registration is approved, your existing Organisational Membership will be upgraded to Registered Membership status. The annual cost for maintaining your Registered Restorative Organisation Membership is:

Large Organisation £710 + VAT*
Charitable Organisation £635 + VAT*
Small Organisation – 5 or less FTE £560 + VAT*

*All renewal costs are inclusive of associated membership fees


 

Next Steps

Would you like to discuss applying for Restorative Organisation Registration?

SUBMIT YOUR ENQUIRY HERE

Are you are ready to apply for Registration?

SUBMIT YOUR ONLINE APPLICATION HERE