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3 day Champions Facilitators Training

The training will be lively, challenging and experiential.

Outline

A restorative approach offers schools an alternative way of addressing discipline and behavioural issues and offers a consistent framework for responding to these issues. The aim of this training is to contribute to the building of a strong, mutually respectful, safe, inclusive and peaceful school community. This course provides intensive, interactive facilitator training, focusing on an understanding of restorative ethos and the practice of sound restorative practitioner skills. This course has met the Restorative Justice Council's (RJC) training standards and has been awarded a Training Provider Quality Mark.

Description

This course is for schools that are looking to train staff to facilitate restorative practices such as formal conferences, corridor and playground chats and class circles. The course is very inclusive and is designed to skill up those people who have responsibility for building positive relationships, emotional wellbeing, mental health and social skills in school.

Programme

Day 1: 06/11/2018 | 09:00 - 16:00

Title: Day 1
Venue: Room TR2, Romford Town Hall
Trainer: Joanne Brown, Attendance and Behaviour Support Officer

Day 2: 13/11/2018 | 09:00 - 16:00

Title: Day 2
Venue: Room TR2, Romford Town Hall
Trainer: Joanne Brown, Attendance and Behaviour Support Officer

Day 3: 20/11/2018 | 09:00 - 16:00

Title: Day 3
Venue: The Mumford Room at the Salvation Army, High Street Romford, RM1 1JJ
Trainer: Joanne Brown, Attendance and Behaviour Support Officer

Outcomes

The person attending the course will be able to implement changes when back in school.

On completion of the training delegates will be able to:
  • Assess, engage, prepare and deliver informal restorative approach conferences to pupils and staff to reduce conflict and change behaviours creating a sustainable outcome.
  • Assess, engage, prepare and deliver formal restorative approach conferences to pupils, parents and staff to reduce conflict, exclusions and change behaviours creating a sustainable outcome.
  • Implement an administration system to document and evidence the restorative work undertaken at your school and measure its outcomes.
  • Plan the implementation of a restorative approach within their schools
  • Deliver a restorative conversation to manage low level conflict between peers/peers or peers/staff
  • Implement a restorative language and vocabulary within their school.
  • Understand which roles need to be involved and how this can be achieved.
  • Understand the principles of restorative approaches and the wider educational approach.
  • Have a clear understanding of how to bring a sanction system and a restorative approach together to reducing bullying and create viable positive alternative to exclusions and other sanctions that change behaviour and create accountability.

Audience

SENco/Inclusion Manager, Pastoral Officers, Senior Leaders and Teaching Assistants

06 Nov 2018 09:00 - 16:00

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Attendance, Behaviour and Traveller Education Service
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Day 1: 06 Nov 2018 09:00 - 16:00
Day 1
Room TR2, Romford Town Hall
Trainer: Joanne Brown
Day 2: 13 Nov 2018 09:00 - 16:00
Day 2
Room TR2, Romford Town Hall
Trainer: Joanne Brown
Day 3: 20 Nov 2018 09:00 - 16:00
Day 3
The Mumford Room at the Salvation Army, High Street Romford, RM1 1JJ
Trainer: Joanne Brown