Restorative Practice Leadership Training

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The Pavilion, Hatherley Lane, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL51 6PN

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In the context of the national priorities for improving children and young people’s mental health outcomes, summarised in Future in Mind, a partnership response is required of systems leaders and frontline staff to improve mental health outcomes for children, young people and families.

Senior leaders across the CCG and Healthcare Provider Trusts, in partnership with Directors of Children’s Services, recognise that how we work together as systems leaders is crucial. National and regional evidence has demonstrated that areas that have used restorative practice methodology have evidenced significant improvement for children’s outcomes and improvements in the quality and consistency of professional practice. The restorative practice methodology originates from New Zealand and Australia and is now the framework for New Zealand’s children’s services. It is applicable to health economy, Local Authority, schools, criminal justice and voluntary and community sector partners. In particular, it is associated with children and families sustaining improved outcomes after professional’s cease to be involved with them.

The leadership training is particularly supportive to help ensure that the improvement of children and young peoples mental health outcomes and associated systems change informs Local Transformation Plans.

Gloucestershire'sLeadership Training Session - 8th July 2019

You are invited as a member of staff working alongside or within the Trailblazer Programme to join us for a one day training session delivered by Mark Finnis at L30 to learn about restorative and relational based practice, which enables us to build and maintain healthy relationships, resolve difficulties and repair harm when relationships breakdown.

Restorative Practice Leadership Training is being offered by NHS England and Health Education England to operational managers and frontline multi-professional staff within Gloucestershire's Integrated Care System. The training is closely aligned with our Trailblazer Programme and is part of a wider successful bid to develop Restorative Practice across schools in the Trailblazer Programme by building a pool of competent and confident trainers to roll out the restorative training model via a Train the Trainer programme.

Train the Trainer - Our Local Model

If you would like to find out more about the NHSE & HEE Pilot we are running locally please contact Beth Gibbons, Service Improvement Manager at Gloucestershire Clinical Commissioning Group via beth.gibbons@nhs.net or Molly Macleod, Practice Mangaer Restorative Approaches, Gloucestershire County Council

Alternatively, you can read the press release by NHSE here: https://www.england.nhs.uk/south-east/2019/02/12/children-and-young-people-to-work-with-staff-from-the-nhs-councils-police-and-schools-to-improve-mental-health-services/

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