Restorative Approaches - Being Restorative
NB: This training is being delivered across two sessions. Both sessions must be attended to complete the training.The two sessions are two mornings on consecutive days.
Day 1 10.00-12.30
Day 2 10.00-12.30
Please note that this training is free to staff from Norfolk County Council Children's Services. This training is being offered at the cost of £40 for staff from statutory agencies, £80 for private, independent and profit making organisations and a charge of £32 for staff from voluntary sector organisations .
Restorative approaches seek to build and maintain respectful, collaborative relationships and equip people with the skills to resolve conflicts and address challenging behaviour.
This 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. For example those working with children, young people and/or their parents/carers in any setting, including but not limited to all staff working in schools, foster carers, social care staff, youth workers, volunteers and their managers.
Children’s Services staff: We would recommend completing this course prior to Signs of Safety training to provide the foundations for understanding the ethos of SofS to be able to work WITH families in an honest, straightforward and respectful way.
Maximum number of attendees: 12
- Understand what Restorative Approach is
- Understand how Restorative Approach underpins our relationship-based practice
- Explain what is meant by working with
- Explore the concept of shame and its impact on behaviour
- Reflect on and apply restorative communication? in practice