As IIRP Europe official partners and a Dublin conference collaborating organisation, SynRJ are holding 2 CPD events in conjunction with the conference:
Venues and Dates: (Click on links for fuller details and to book places):
Relational and Restorative Processes: An Anti-Bullying Strategy
(SynRJ Module 1a)
Discover how relational and restorative processes provide an effective,
flexible range of strategies to prevent and respond to bullying.
Complex and Sensitive Cases: Advanced Facilitator Training
(SynRJ Module 5)
This training course prepares experienced restorative conferencing
practitioners to better manage complex and sensitive cases.
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As an IIRP Partner, SynRJ are licenced to deliver all IIRP Europe core
restorative practices training and workshops across the United Kingdom (UK) and Republic of Ireland. IIRP Europe are holders of the Restorative Justice Council (RJC) 'Training Provider Quality Mark' (TPQM), which covers all of their courses, workshops and CPD events. For more on TPQM click here
For details and bookings of current IIRP Europe open events click here
SynRJ are supporters of
IIRP Europe Conference
IIRP Europe Conference
9th-10th May 2017
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Registration is open. The conference will highlight several key issues that European countries are currently facing: de-radicalisation and preventing radicalisation; migration and immigration; and historic sexual abuse, child sexual exploitation, human trafficking and the sex trade. Read more…
Working Together for Safer Communities
SynRJ Open Events
SynRJ are pleased to offer two regional opportunities to attend their innovative 3-Day 'Family Group Meetings: Engaging with and Empowering Families' (SynRJ Module 4) training events this Spring/Summer
The SynRJ structured Family Group Meeting (FGM) addresses several issues raised in past research on the traditional Family Group Conference (FGC), in particular, around family dynamics; especially in private family time, often making it difficult for weaker family members to be heard and leading to the exclusion of stronger family members from the meeting because of their potential for aggression or dominance.
This training provides participants with the skills, knowledge
and confidence to coordinate/facilitate Family Group Meetings
/ Conferences (FGM/C)
Venues and Dates: