Events & Courses
Develop skills to challenge Restoratively in a no-blame no-shame way.
This training takes an in depth look at the restorative approach, equipping participants with the skills to manage a range of situations and to think about how their organisation can incorporate this highly effective approach to promote change. It is delivered over ten, 90 minute modules. and is suitable for people of all experience levels.
Online 3-day training in Restorative Practice with Charlotte Calkin for professionals including certification in Restorative Justice Level 1. Align behaviours to values and build a restorative culture in your organisation
7th, 14th, 21st September 2021
Andrew Bates (Chartered and Registered Forensic Psychologist, The Probation Service), Helen Leney (Senior Restorative Justice Practitioner, Thames Valley Restorative Justice Service), and Dr Diana Batchelor (Postdoctoral Researcher, University of Oxford) will be speaking on theory, practice and research drawing on their experiences of restorative justice in cases of sexual harm in the Thames Valley.
Certified training in facilitating Restorative Justice Level 2 intervention - 14/15/16 September 2021 9.30am-4pm
This dynamic 3-day training course looks at the use of restorative approaches to help promote positive relationships in a variety of settings. It explores the key themes of this approach and a range of skills to help prevent conflict from escalating. Attendees are also trained to deliver restorative conferences.
Frances Jessie presents this intensive 3 online modules (twilight) Working Restoratively with Special Education Needs course, exploring a deeper understanding of Restorative Practice and SEND through an implementation framework, practical strategies and developing a dynamic plan for professionals’ own setting.
Place numbers are limited to 12 to ensure the best learning experience for all participants.
This 3 hour workshop explores the dynamics of conflict within family settings and how practitioners can help to facilitate difficult conversations in the home.
Explore a deeper understanding of working restoratively with Special Education Needs through an implementation framework, practical strategies and developing a dynamic plan for professionals’ own setting. Each participant will receive an additional coaching session.
Vince Mercer (Restorative Practice Lead, The AIM Project), will be speaking on some of the practice implications of using restorative approaches in cases of sexual harm.