Accredited Practitioner

To become an Accredited Practitioner, you first need to join the RJC as an Associate Practitioner.

Once you have joined as an Associate you can become accredited by telling us about an RJC approved qualification you have achieved or by submitting a Direct Accreditation application.

All RJC practitioners agree to abide by our Practitioner Code of Practice and and are listed on our Practitioners Register. Practitioner members will receive monthly practitioner and members’ bulletins, three issues a year of our magazine, Resolution, access to restricted resources on our website (such as our series of How to guides)  and discounts on events and publications.

By becoming an RJC Accredited Practitioner you can provide the public, employers and funders with the reassurance that your practice has been assessed against national standards and that the people you work with will have a safe and positive restorative experience. Find out more about Practitioner Accreditation.

Take the first step to becoming accredited by filling in the form below to join as an Associate Practitioner.

Take the first step - Associate Practitioner membership
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Your recurring contribution will be processed automatically. You will receive an email receipt for each recurring contribution.
Your registration information - Practitioner Any fields marked with * are mandatory. Any fields marked with P indicate the information displayed publicly on the Practitioner Register.
Your practice and training
To be publicly listed on the Practitioner Register you must meet the RJC’s requirements for practice and training. You must have received facilitator training that complies with RJC’s training requirements.
You must be currently practising or have received your initial training in the last 12 months in order to be publicly listed.
Case supervision
Please supply details of your case supervision arrangements. In order to be listed on the Practitioner Register you must have arrangements that meet the RJC's case supervision requirements.
Please provide details of a referee who can confirm your case supervision arrangements:
Your public listing
Please supply details for your public listing on the Practitioner Register.
Personal details and declarations
All fields marked with a P are made visible on public listings.