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Restorative Approaches - Being Restorative

Norfolk Safeguarding Children BoardRestorative approaches seek to build and maintain respectful, collaborative relationships and equip people with the skills to resolve conflicts and address challenging behaviour.

Aims

  • To strengthen relationship based practice
  • To encourage participants to think about their communication, responses to challenging behaviour and conflict and how to rebuild damaged or broken relationships

 Learning outcomes

By the end of the day participants will be able to:

  • Develop means to work with people, rather than doing things to or for them
  • Articulate the key values, skills, principles and practices underpinning restorative practice
  • Adopt restorative communication into day-to-day practice to build, maintain and repair relationships
  • Understand how to adopt a non-blaming, impact focussed approach and the importance of doing so
  • Explore thoughts and feelings in order to get to underlying needs

This training is delivered by Restorative Justice Council accredited trainers.

Target staff

This one day training is suitable for everyone who wants to develop non-confrontational, compassionate communication skills, strengthen their relationship based practice and learn new responses to challenging behaviour and conflict.

Cost

Please note that this training is free to staff from Norfolk Children's Services.  This training is being offered at the introductory cost of £50 for staff from statutory agencies, private, independent and profit making organisations and a charge of £40 for staff from voluntary sector organisations that are members of the NSCB Safer Programme

Location

Great Yarmouth Race Course

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