1, 2, 8, 9, 16 October 2020
In today’s evolving criminal justice sector, restorative practices are increasingly used in service delivery to those accused of - and harmed by - criminal acts. This course provides a safe and secure environment to learn the practical skills that are needed to become a trained restorative practitioner. You’ll learn the main different approaches to dealing with harm and offending, the ethics informing restorative practice and the role of the practitioner in different stages of the restorative process.
Key features of the course
• Applies the theory of restorative practice to real life scenarios
• Helps you to develop your ability to autonomously manage the restorative meeting
• Explores the legal context in which restorative practice operates
This training has two stages, together totalling 5 credit points under Scottish Credit Qualifications and Framework (SCQF).
For further information see our course descriptor