Restorative Justice Training

Our Training

We provide training in Restorative Justice approaches which can be used in a variety of setting.  We offer training suitable for family, community, public sector, private sector, education and workplace environments.

We are always looking to expand the work that we do and believe that offering a wide and bespoke training suite for the local community in restorative justice is the best way of getting the message out about the power of the processes for victims as well as offenders or harmer’s in any setting.

We are happy to work in partnership with like-minded organisations who believe that victims should receive the opportunity to be heard and offenders or harmer’s should be given the opportunity to hear what they have done and how their actions have impacted their victims in any setting.

This training suite will inform equip and enable you to carry out informal to formal restorative processes.

 

 


We also speak at conferences and seminars around restorative justice and other subject matters.

Awareness Workshops (1/2 day)

Our seminars are a taster session which gives participants an understanding of restorative practices.  The aim of the seminar is to provide information about restorative practices to a wide range of professionals and disciplines.

Our awareness seminars inform participants about restorative practices, however will not equip participants with the skills to practice restorative approaches.

Introductory Foundation Training (1 day)

This Training day will provides participants with background knowledge and the skills to use informal restorative practice in their day to day work and lives. 

The training is suitable for people who will only be using restorative skills informally to resolve conflicts in the course of their day jobs or with personal minor conflicts or disputes.

Facilitator Training (3 days)

Facilitator training provides participants with the knowledge and practical skills to run formal restorative processes.

Participants in this training will be introduced to and given the opportunity to practice the full range of skills outlined in the core 2010 National Occupational Standards in restorative practice.

*It is mandatory to attend the awareness/introductory training sessions before attending the facilitator training.

Managers /Supervisors Training (1 day)

Facilitator training provides participants with the knowledge and practical skills to run formal restorative processes.

Participants in this training will be introduced to and given the opportunity to practice the full range of skills outlined in the core 2010 National Occupational Standards in restorative practice.

*It is mandatory to attend the awareness/introductory training sessions before attending the facilitator training.

Serious & Complex Training (1 day)

This Serious & Complex training provides participants with the knowledge and practical skills to run and manage serious and complex cases.

Participants in this training will be experienced practitioners who have conducted at least 5 non serious and complex cases.  

 

Telephone us

Why not get in touch to see how we can work together.

We would love to meet you and let you know more about our restorative justice suite of training.