Currently all courses and workshops are presented in the ENGLISH language – IELTS Level 5 to 6 is recommended. Details at: www.ielts.org
Thoroughly understand restorative concepts, and learn effective strategies and informal restorative processes for managing behaviour and encouraging acceptance of responsibility.
Learn the value and process of circles – practical and effective tools for creating a positive climate in Schools (both Secondary and Primary), Looked After Children settings (LAC) and other group working situations, which you will be able to use immediately.
Learn how to facilitate restorative justice conferences and to use restorative practices in your everyday role.
Learn how to facilitate Family Group Conferences (FGC’s) – a process led by family members which brings together extended families, friends and professionals to make a plan and take decisions for a child who is at risk.
Training of Trainers Many people have asked about becoming restorative conferencing and practices trainers to provide the Restorative Practices: Facilitator Skills Training we deliver in the UK & Ireland and use our educational and training materials. As a non-profit organisation, we know that we must involve a wide range of individuals and organisations with us in order to accomplish our mission to spread the concept of conferencing and restorative practices, while maintaining high standards of quality.
Conferencing for Serious Offences A two-day thought-provoking, interactive experience to provide participants with an opportunity to explore the use of restorative conferencing in response to serious offences.
Restorative Practices in Workplace Conflict This course is designed to prepare participants to run restorative justice conferences and/or use restorative practices in their everyday role in the workplace. It will also assist organisations in meeting Employment Regulations.
Restorative Practices: An Anti-Bullying Strategy Workshop Gain a thorough understanding of restorative concepts, learn effective strategies for managing different aspects of bullying behaviour in both Schools and Care settings, and help young people take greater responsibility for their actions.