This 2 day course - the 2nd day is 12th May - is offered by Communities Empowerment Network.
Restorative Justice is ‘…a process whereby all the parties with a stake in a particular offence (or incident) come together to resolve collectively how to deal with the aftermath of the offence and the implications for the future’ (Marshall, 1999).
The two day (RJ Awareness) and the four day (RJ Facilitators) training courses are aimed at anyone who wants to either familiarise themselves with RJ principles and background as well as those who want to be able to provide RJ conferencing and includes school staff, youth workers; youth offending services; social care services; residential care; community and voluntary services; probation services; police forces; local authorities; and human resource personnel.
The course covers:
* Introduction to RJ
* RJ principles,
* Demonstration conference,
* Skills, theories, emotions,
* Introduction to script and phrases,
* Participant preparation,
* Skills practice
The training is intensive, highly participatory and you will walk away with an in depth understanding of RJ principles as well as the ability to deliver RJ conferencing in any setting if you complete the full four day course
Tea, coffee, cold drinks and snacks will be provided but no lunch.
Packages and prices
CEN we practices Gif-tiv-ism, which means there is no charge for the RJ training courses. Instead they ask you to donate a gift of payment, assesing the value of the training in at least one of 4 ways if not in all the following ways.
(If your company/organisation will pay as part of your CPD training then we can provide an invoice following a conversation with yourself or your business unit to establish a fair price.)
You can measure it by:
the quality of the training that you receive; and/or
the prices that other training providers charge; and/or
the social impact that you feel the CEN makes; and/or
how much impact you want your gift to make to the communities that RJ intends to serve.
The course is being provided by Access4Education and is registered as a Restorative Justice Council Trainer of Trainers and Facilitators delivering to 'The RJ Principles', 'The Best Practice Guidance' and 'The National Occupational Standards'.
Certification is provided to participants on completion.
For further details and to register contact either email Deuan German, call him on 020 7733 0297/ 07958 546 113 or go to