1 DAY INTRODUCTION TO RESTORATIVE APPROACHES

06 April 2017

BUILDING, REPAIRING AND RESTORING RELATIONSHIPS AN INTRODUCTION TO RESTORATIVE APPROACHES

A restorative justice approach is a dynamic and exciting concept, dealing with conflict at all levels and is currently being used in communities, schools, care homes, police service, prisons and youth offending services to great effect. Salus provides a range of servicesis a lead training provider that has been awarded a quality mark for it’s training courses from the Restorative Justice Council.

This dynamic one-day training course looks at the use of restorative justice approaches to help promote positive relationships in a variety of settings. It introduces the key themes of this approach and some core skills to help prevent conflict from escalating.

AIMS AND OBJECTIVES;

  • To gain knowledge of restorative justice and to consider how it is applied in a variety of settings.
  • To explore alternative methods of behaviour management that avoids confrontation and escalation.To explore the dynamics of conflict and understand the range of needs that are involved when things go wrong.
  • To learn de-escalation strategies and key skills in active listening to help restore and repair.
  • To practice some basic skills in the use of restorative language and effective questioning to promote positive
    communication between parties in conflict.

This one-day interactive course is a taster in restorative approaches and will use a variety of materials including, DVD, PowerPoint, role-play and group work activities.

Maximum number 16 | Cost: £95+VAT (Including refreshments and lunch)
Date: Thursday 19th October 2017 | Venue: Goldwyn School, Godinton Lane, Ashford, Kent, TN23 3BT
Time: 9.30 – 4.00

To book or for more information please contact Heather Skelton on heather.skelton@salusgroup.org.uk or 01303 817470.

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