RESTORATIVE PRACTICES & CONFERENCING Skills
This course is now full please call Ingrid on 087 9363 010 if you would like to put your name on a waiting list
Dates: 7th - 9th October
Venue: Limerick Education Centre, 1st Floor, Marshal House, Dooradoyle Road , Limerick
Register: This course is now full please call Ingrid on 087 9363 010 if you would like to put your name on a waiting list.
What people who have done this training say about it
Kim Brown, Teacher, Céim ar Chéim
“I found the training to be extremely informative and practical. Having completed the course I am aware that Restorative Practice is not just a tool to be picked up once in a while, but also an ethos, which needs to be embedded in organisations, communities and society in general for its full power to be realized. I am a convert!!”.
Cathal Dillon, Youth Worker, Southill Area Centre
“I felt the training clearly explained the process involved in Restorative approaches. I am very clear now about the aims of restorative approaches and would highly recommend this course to other youth workers. I gained a lot of relevant facilitation skills and knowledge doing the role-plays and found the support from the learning group really helped. The facilitators were extremely professional and made the course really simple to understand".
Who is the training for?
The training is suitable for people who work with children/young people in Limerick City. Priority will be given to people who work with children/young people in Moyross/Ballynanty and Southill and teachers from the six schools involved in the project.
The aim of the training is to provide participants with the skills, knowledge and confidence to facilitate Restorative Practices and Conferences in their work with children and families
On completing the training you can expect to have:
This course is delivered using the International Institute of Restorative Practice
(IIRP) Restorative Practices and Conferencing Skills Training programme and is accredited by IIRP Europe. Read more here