Restorative and relational practice prevention and intervention programmes.
Restorative Thinking curriculum programmes are designed to be delivered as part of whole school restorative practice. Teachers and school staff delivering Restorative Thinking curriculum programmes should complete, as a minimum, a one day training course covering restorative principles and skills practice with a training provider holding the RJC’s Training Provider Quality Mark (TPQM).
Designed to support youth justice professionals in their delivery of restorative practice with young people, this programme has been developed with young people, including a group at Sheffield Youth Offending Team. This programme gives young people the skills, knowledge and understanding to draw on restorative practice in their day to day dealings and to develop life skills to help prevent and manage everyday challenges and conflict.
Delivered in Prison and Probation Settings, this is a pioneering Restorative Intervention Programme, giving participants key life skills in effective relationship strategies (theory and skills), strengthening the process of rehabilitation, particularly with regard to reconnecting with family members, friendship groups, colleagues in the workplace.
The programme is based on sound evidence and is congruent with the ‘What Works’ literature.
The programme draws on restorative and relational principles and skills, giving participants practical strategies to develop positive self-talk and healthy relationships, take responsibility, prevent and resolve conflict and repair harm.
A short programme consisting of four 1-hour sessions, currently delivered by trained facilitators in Schools, Local Authorities, Prison and Probation Services.
This programme will be available as an e-Learning module in 2022.
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