SynRJ Open Events

SynRJ RP in Communities

Module 1c

Training

​Opportunities

Open Events:

Click through the above calendar or available open events.


Our open event fees include tuition, books and materials, venue costs, lunch and refreshments. 


Accommodation and other associated expenses are not included.


On-Site Events:

All SynRJ and IIRP Europe trainings we provide can be brought on-site to your agency, school, community or organisation.

Our on-site training fees include delivery by one or two trainers as appropriate and all required materials. Provision of a suitable venue, student accommodations and associated expenses, including lunch and refreshments for students and the trainer/s, are the responsibility of the contracting organisation.

For details please phone 01229 777799, email us at office@synrj.uk or use our contact form for details. 

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Relational & Restorative Processes:

Community Applications

SynRJ Module 1c 


​​The aim of this one-day workshop is to give attendees an understanding of restorative practices and several processes that they can begin to use in their daily work in neighbourhoods. The workshop will include practical hints and tips as well as role plays of neighbourhood/street-based scenarios.


Benefits:

  • stronger communities
  • positive relationships, even with challenging students
  • improved quality of life
  • fewer calls to statutory agencies
  • more time to concentrate on important community/neighbourhood issues


Focus:


underlying concepts of restorative practices

  • effective strategies for:
  • managing behaviour and community problems
  • having people take responsibility for their actions
  • engaging people in problem solving and community issues


Agenda:


  • exercises for practicing restorative techniques
  • DVD on restorative practices in action
  • accounts from experienced restorative practitioners
  • helpful Student Workbook and handouts


Discussion Topics:


  • participants’ experiences and struggles
  • importance of connectedness and relationships
  • engagement of community to deal with and anti social behaviour