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We have designed our course as a series of modules, lasting one or two days each. Each module builds on the concepts and skills learnt in the previous one. Participants are issued with a log book to record their attendance at each course and their experience of restorative practice. Evidence of attendance at the previous module is required in order to sign up for the next one.
We are a Registered Training Provider with the Restorative Justice Council, and adhere to the RJC Trainers Code of Practice which means that all courses are based on the Best Practice Guidelines for Restorative Practitioners and the appropriate National Occupational Standards for Restorative Practice for that module. Director Belinda Hopkins has been part of working groups with both the Home Office and the RJC to help shape both the Best Practice Guidelines for Restorative Practitioners and the National Occupational Standards for Restorative Practice. She is one of the first people in the country to gain the prestigious Accredited Practitioner award, and so she can now use her knowledge and experience to support others gain the award.