RJC-Connect Projects

RJC-Connect Project Groups

RJC-Connect Project Groups have been developed to provide our members with the opportunity to engage with the RJC on specific areas of policy and standards development. Our project groups will be time bound with agreed outcomes set at the outset. Each group is limited to 10 member representatives, therefore we would ask that organisations identify one representative per project.

Current RJC-Connect Project Groups

Sensitive and Complex Cases - Best Practice

Following on from the RJC-Connect Best Practice in Managing Sensitive and Complex Cases, this project will focus on developing additional guidance and supporting exemplar documents for Intermediate and Advanced Registered Practitioners managing sensitive and complex cases.

Sensitive and Complex Cases - Trainer's Guidance

This project will focus on reviewing the required content of Sensitive and Complex Case training courses to ensure requirements reflect the revisions made to the RJC's Practice Guidance.

Case Supervision - Trainer's Guidance

This project will focus on reviewing the required content of Case Supervision training courses to ensure requirements reflect the revisions made to the RJC's Practice Guidance.

Best Practice in Delivering Online Training

This project will focus on developing additional Best Practice Guidance for delivering safe and effective restorative training in a virtual world. The group will consider the practicalities of delivering training remotely including how to effectively deliver practical elements of learning online.

Restorative Practice and Mental Health - Information Pack

This project will focus on developing an information pack for practitioners, mental health settings and NHS Trusts which showcases case examples, innovative ways of embedding restorative practices, latest research findings and practical advice on implementation.

Practice Guidance - Restorative Practice in Mental Health

This project will focus on developing specific best practice guidance for practitioners and services working within the mental health sector.

To register your interest in joining one of our RJC-Connect Project Groups, please log in to your RJC account and select RJC-Connect Project Application from the My account menu.

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