Becoming a Restorative Justice Practitioner - Training and Development Options
Your guidance on how to become a Restorative Justice Practitioner (Europe)
Restorative approaches are now being offered in a wider range of situations, meaning that demand for practitioners has increased substantially and this trend is likely to continue in the near future.
For those seeking employment, or even self-employment, training in Restorative Approaches could represent a great opportunity to start on a new career path. Those already in work could benefit from an expanded skills bank.
Restorative Justice is a growing sector that offers great career prospects. Restorative Solutions offers a range of training options to take you from the initial stages in the application of Restorative Approaches, right up to becoming an Accredited Practitioner.
You have a number of formative options depending on your previous knowledge and experience in Restorative Approaches. Different training organisations will use different names, and the duration and cost of training will vary, but these are examples of the most common training courses:
- Foundation training in the use of restorative justice informally in your workplace/area of practice
- Practitioner training in how to run formal meetings and conferences
- Training in how to run community conferences, large scale meetings for more than 25 participants run in the community
- Training in how to run complex and sensitive cases
- Training for Experienced Practitioners using Restorative Approaches in cases involving hate crime and harm
- Training for Case Supervisors
More information may be obtained by visiting the websites of the organisations listed on the right-hand side of this page.