Introduction to Restorative Practice

Date & Time:

Monday 9 March 2020 (9:30 - 16:30)

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Venue:

Sutton Civic Offices, G3, St Nicholas Way, Sutton, SM1 1EA

Detail:

Target Group / Level

This course is targeted to professionals and volunteers who have an interest in developing an awareness of the principles and application of Restorative Practice.

Level 1 (awareness) and Level 2 (regular contact with children, young people and/or parent/carer) or Level 3 (predominately working with children) or above (including strategic leads) as set out in the as set out in the Safeguarding Competency framework in London Safeguarding Child Procedures. NHS Inter-Collegiate Standards 2 and 3 for health professionals.

Level 2 includes Locum Children’s Social Care staff and multi-agency practitioners in direct or indirect contact with children and young people within families, care settings, health, early years, schools and other education provisions, the voluntary and community sector, the police and people in the criminal justice system. This is also targeted to foster carers and commissioned service providers, including those involved in the provision of care placements.

Please note:  level 2 and level 3 training is offered as a 3 day module for permanent social workers and other relevant staff in children’s services only.

Level 3 includes strategic staff and senior managers who do not have direct contact with service users, as well as professionals who have an interest in developing their understanding of how restorative practice can be used within the workplace.

Learning Outcomes / Aim

This course aims to provide awareness about the LBS Children’s Services Social Works newly adopted practice model. It covers the approach to working with families in a restorative way. The training will provide participants with an overview of the theory and evidence-base of restorative practice and how restorative practice can be implemented in different settings to resolve conflict, restore relationships and repair harm. It also covers the skills required to undertake informal restorative processes, such as restorative conversations.

The course will enable participants to have:

  • Developed an awareness of the theory and evidence-base of restorative practice and how restorative practice can be implemented in different settings to resolve conflict, restore relationships and repair harm
  • Equipped attendees with a general understanding about the skills required to undertake informal restorative processes, such as restorative conversations
  • An understanding of how is it different from restorative justice
  • The history, theories and evidence-base underlying restorative practice
  • The principles of restorative practice and RJC Practitioner competency framework
  • The different models of restorative practice and settings in which restorative practice can be used
  • The use of restorative questions and restorative conversations
  • Using informal restorative processes to resolve conflict, restore relationships and repair harm.

Special Instructions

This course is an introduction for the purpose of awareness and practitioners requiring an understanding of the skills required to conduct formal restorative processes, i.e. restorative conferences, family group conferences, mediation, should undertake the 3 Day Restorative Practice Course.

Places Available:

22
Sector LimitAvailable
AdopterNo Limit
Education - CognusNo Limit
Education - Early YearsNo Limit
Education - OtherNo Limit
Education - Schools/CollegesNo Limit
Foster CarerNo Limit
LBS Adults/Childrens - All Age DisabilitesNo Limit
LBS OtherNo Limit
LBS People Adults - Admiral Nurses0
LBS People Adults - Carshalton Locality0
LBS People Adults - Clinical Health0
LBS People Adults - Heads of Service0
LBS People Adults - Hospital Pathway0
LBS People Adults - Learning Disabilities0
LBS People Adults - Other0
LBS People Adults - START0
LBS People Adults - Sutton and Cheam Locality0
LBS People Adults - Transitions0
LBS People Adults - Wallington Locality0
LBS People Children's - Adoption and PermanenceNo Limit
LBS People Children's - Blue LocalityNo Limit
LBS People Children's - Children with DisabilitiesNo Limit
LBS People Children's - CourtNo Limit
LBS People Children's - Director / Assistant DirectorNo Limit
LBS People Children's - Early HelpNo Limit
LBS People Children's - FosteringNo Limit
LBS People Children's - Green LocalityNo Limit
LBS People Children's - Heads of ServiceNo Limit
LBS People Children's - Integrated Childrens ServicesNo Limit
LBS People Children's - Leaving Care TeamNo Limit
LBS People Children's - Looked After ChildrenNo Limit
LBS People Children's - MASHNo Limit
LBS People Children's - OtherNo Limit
LBS People Children's - PlacementsNo Limit
LBS People Children's - QANo Limit
LBS People Children's - RASNo Limit
LBS People Children's - Red LocalityNo Limit
LBS People Children's - Sutton Inclusion & SupportNo Limit
LBS People Children's - Targeted Youth SupportNo Limit
LBS People Children's - Youth Offending TeamNo Limit
NHS - Clinical Commissioning Group0
NHS - Community Services0
NHS - Hospital0
NHS - Other0
Other0
Police0
Private - Domiciliary Care0
Private - Nursing Home0
Private - Other0
Private - Residential Home0
Sutton Housing Partnership0
Voluntary/Community0

Booking:

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Further Information:

Trainer:

Angela Killalea, Restorative Practice Lead

Venue Details:

Sutton Civic Offices, G3, St Nicholas Way, Sutton, SM1 1EA

(020 8770 5000)