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22SUM09 Restorative Practices Skills for Positive Classroom and School Norms

22SUM09 Restorative Practices Skills for Positive Classroom and School Norms

Restorative Practices (RP) are both a philosophy and a set of skills that have the core aim of building strong relationships and transforming conflict in a simple and emotionally healthy manner.

This course, offered in association with the Childhood Development Initiative, will:  

·         Provide participants with knowledge and understanding of the use of RP in schools;

·         Skill participants to use RP to support their teaching practice;

·         Skill participants to use RP to support their work and life outside the classroom;

·         Inspire and enable participants to use restorative skills in their work and life; and

·         Explore the potential of a Restorative approach for creating and maintaining a positive relational environment in the classroom and school as a whole.

What participants have to say about our summer course:  

·         “Highly enjoyable training, delivered in a professional and clean manner with a fantastic injection of humour.”

·         “I really enjoyed the training and it will really benefit me in both my personal and professional life.”

·         “I found the course to be very insightful and of good quality. The facilitators were very knowledgeable and helpful in the sharing of skills and advice.”

·         “I thoroughly enjoyed the training and will be recommending my staff train up as I believe RP is the way forward.”

Course Details

Course Date 11-07-2022 9:30 am
Course End Date 15-07-2022 2:00 pm
Cut off date 07-07-2022 10:00 am
Fee €50.00
Select Hours 20
Speaker Orla Devaney and Becky Ryan
Location Dublin West Education Centre

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