Relational and Restorative Processes: An Anti-Bullying Strategy_SOUTHEAST_16 Nov 17
Wednesday, 16 November 2016 from 09:00 to 17:00 (GMT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
To mark both Anti-Bullying (Power for Good 14th to 18th) and Restorative Justice (20th to 27th) Week's, SynRJ are pleased to offer this event:
Relational and Restorative Processes:
An Anti-Bullying Strategy
Discover how relational and restorative processes provide an effective, flexible range of strategies to prevent and respond to bullying. Of the 27 approaches schools reported using to respond to bullying, restorative practices led the list as the most effective proactive approach and the second most effective reactive approach in both primary and secondary settings, with an 84% success rate at stopping physical, verbal, relational and cyber bullying.
This one day workshop aims to:
- give participants an understanding of relational and restorative processes
- explore different types of and extent of bullying behaviour
- demonstrate effective strategies for managing different aspects of bullying behaviour
- guidance on helping young people take responsibility for their own actions and appropriately challenge bullying behaviour
These strategies build stronger communities which are safer, more supportive and have fewer behavioural issues.
Participants will learn how to use relational and restorative processes to effectively engage young people and their parents on a range of bullying issues including cyberbullying, homophobic bullying and girls’ disagreements.
The course consists of a mixture of theoretic and practical activities which are further enhanced with a student workbook and other course materials. The workshop is delivered by a highly experienced practitioner.
The day runs from 9:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. (Registration 8:30 - 9:00 a.m.)
When & Where
The team at SynRJ have a long and distinguished track record in restorative justice and practices, education, residential care, personal and community safety, policing, crime reduction and criminal justice.
With a wide range of bespoke programmes (including those delivered by our associates), CPD, training events, consultancy and services to choose from, you're sure to find exactly what you're looking for. If you require assistance, our experienced team will provide you with expert guidance. We're looking forward to working with you.
PLEASE NOTE: Unless stated otherwise, SynRJ and IIRP Europe courses and workshops are presented in the ENGLISH language - IELTS Level 5 to 6 is recommended. Details at: www.ielts.org
PLEASE NOTE: All courses are subject to achieving minimum numbers. You will be notified of cancellations at least 28 days prior to the course start date.