Salus delivers high quality, high impact, restorative approaches training and support to professionals working with children and young people in a variety of settings, including schools, foster agencies, residential care homes, youth justice settings and community settings. Those trained include teachers, teaching assistants, midday meal supervisors, community wardens, foster carers, residential care workers, young people, parents/carers, governors and prison case workers.

Training includes:
o Inset training (1 day, half day or twilight)
o 3 day skills based training (including conferencing)
o Workshops
o Young Person’s Restorative Approaches Practitioner Training (RAPT)
o Peer mediation training
o Level 4 Diploma in Restorative Practice (City & Guilds)

Our trainers are highly skilled, experienced and nationally renowned practitioners who cover a complete range of restorative interventions including conferencing, setting us apart from many other providers. Heather Skelton, our Restorative Co-ordinator, is an RJC practitioner accreditation assessor.

Contact: Sarah Townsend at / 01303 817470, or Heather Skelton at
Address: Greenacres Barn, Pound Lane, Smeeth, Ashford, Kent TN25 6RJ

Service areas:

Community, Criminal Justice, Education, Sensitive and Complex, Workplace, Youth Justice

Membership Type: Trainers