'The Restorative Practitioner': 4-Day Event - BUDAPEST_FORINT_RATE
Monday, 28 April 2014 at 08:30 - Thursday, 1 May 2014 at 17:00 (BST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
The Restorative Practitioner
Our cornerstone event provides a thorough introduction to restorative practice concepts. Through facilitated discussion, video, and interactive exercises, you will learn practical skills to create dynamic circles that engage individuals in a variety of settings. These processes help to proactively and positively build, maintain and strengthen existing relationships, thereby building social capital. You will also practice facilitating more formal restorative methods that bring together larger communities of care and support, particularly when working reactively to repair harm and re-build broken relationships.
IIRP Europe is presenting this event in association with:
Participation in this event can be applied toward the IIRP graduate course RP 500 Basic Restorative Practices. Course requirements include an additional 12 hours of online coursework after completion of all four days. Email , Skype: IIRPGraduateSchool or call the Registrar at 001-610-807-9221 (please note that this is an international call to the USA) 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. weekdays U.S. Eastern Time Zone about applying this event toward graduate credit.
Explore the full range of restorative practices with the IIRP, world leader in the field.
IIRP professional development imparts practical knowledge and skills you can use immediately in your personal and professional life - whether you are involved in education, criminal justice, social services, counselling, leadership, the pastoral field, volunteer or other work. The skills you learn in these four days will strengthen your ability to help others handle their own issues and achieve their own goals.
Supported by extensive research, restorative practices has demonstrated positive outcomes in a wide variety of settings. We’ve consistently seen better behaviour and decreased bullying and violence in schools, improved workplace morale, reduced recidivism in juvenile and criminal justice and enhanced family engagement in social services.
You will receive four books, each related to one day of the event.
Day 1: Introduction to Restorative Practices
Learn practical strategies to build strong, healthy relationships with students, families, clients, employees and colleagues. Interactive experiences bring you to a full understanding of the fundamental unifying premise of restorative practices - that people are happier, more cooperative and productive and more likely to make positive changes in their lives when those in positions of authority do things with them rather than to them or for them.
Day 2: Using Circles Effectively
Circles facilitate conversation and encourage full participation, but there are optimal ways to utilise this process that promote truly meaningful communication. Through video, practice and discussion, participants identify reliable methods for using circles to build community, establish norms and address behaviour and relationships. Useful in any setting from education and other human services to organisational management.
Day 3: Facilitating Restorative Conferences
Instructional videos and in-depth experiential activities teach you to facilitate a restorative conference, in which everyone impacted by wrongdoing can share how they have been affected and have a say in how to repair the harm. This formal circle is used to address negative incidents and fosters more positive outcomes than mere punishment, in education, criminal justice, youth work, organisational and other settings.
Day 4: Family Engagement & Empowerment
Learn how to engage and empower families through formal and informal strategies that help families develop solutions to their own problems. Participants will learn how to organise formal family group conferences (FGCs), also known as family group decision making (FGDM) conferences, which are helpful to anyone working with families, including social workers, educators, probation or corrections (prison) officers, clergy and others.
Participants receive four books, each related to one day of the event: 'Restorative Practices Handbook', 'Restorative Circles', 'Restorative Justice Conferencing' and 'Family Power'. These books are all in English and the course will be presented in English.
PLEASE NOTE: Currently all courses and workshops are presented in the ENGLISH language - IELTS Level 5 to 6 is recommended. Details at: www.ielts.org
All four books are also available in Spanish and Portugese and the Day 3 book 'Restorative Justice Conferencing' only is available in Hungarian. Please specify when booking if you wish to receive your event text books in any of the above alternative languages.
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Each day runs 9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m. (Registration 8:30 - 9:00 a.m.)
It is possible to book into Day 1 & 2 only and only if you have already previously attended Day 1 & 2 you may book in to Day 3 & 4 only.
The Kristina Hotel is also nearby: http://www.krisztinahotel.hu/
or the Hotel Matyus on the same road: http://www.hotelmatyas.hu/
If you wish to search for other hotels in the area of IIRP Europe Training Centre it is situated in District XVI.
When & Where
International Institute for Restorative Practices (IIRP) Europe
All IIRP Europe courses, workshops and CPD events hold the Restorative Justice Council (RJC) 'Training Provider Quality Mark' (TPQM).
The International Institute for Restorative Practices (IIRP) Europe (UK Registered Charity 1106409) - offers a wide range of services in all aspects of Restorative Practices. See our website at www.iirp.eu for details.
PLEASE NOTE: Unless stated otherwise, 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.
IIRP Europe are happy to offer a 10% Discount on many events to those who are on our records as having attended a previous IIRP CPD event, training course, workshop or conference.
To receive your 10% discount (where available), prior to selecting 'Order Now', YOU MUST FIRST click on 'Enter Promotional Code' just above the green 'Order Now' button and enter the code 'IIRPLoyalty'. Provided you are on our database your 10% discount will be honoured.
IIRP Europe is a Registered Training Provider with the Restorative Justice Council (RJC) and adheres to the RJC Trainers Code of Practice.
10% Discount for RJC Members on many events.
To receive your 10% RJC discount (where available), prior to selecting 'Order Now', YOU MUST FIRST click on 'Enter Promotional Code' just above the green 'Order Now' button and enter the code 'RJCMember'. To qualify for the discount you ALSO need to add a current RJC membership number in the free text area of the order section that follows.
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