Training

 

Setting Relations Right

Transforming conflict into cooperation

through group conferencing

Melbourne Training Workshop

with David Moore & Alikki Vernon
June 8th – 10th 2022
University College, University of Melbourne

This workshop provides 3 days of training for professionals interested in the theory and practical skills to facilitate a group conference.

The workshop is also relevant for managers, policy-makers and evaluators in programs that provide restorative practices and relationship management in justice, health and education systems, and in programs that work restoratively with families, work units, and residential &/or other communities.

This is the second-of-three facilitator training workshops currently scheduled at University College, Melbourne University for 2022. A third facilitator training workshop is scheduled for late October 2022.
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Setting Relations Right: Skills workshops

1. Preparing Participants for Group Conferences 

2. Using Group Conferences in Complex Cases

Skills Workshops

August 25th & 26th, 2022

with David Moore & Alikki Vernon
University College, University of Melbourne

Each of these 2 workshops provides 1 day of additional skills development for professionals facilitating group conferences in programs that support families, work units, and residential &/or other communities

These workshops are also relevant for managers, policy-makers and evaluators .

The Preparing Participants workshop will be held on Thursday, August 25th 2022, and the Complex Cases workshop will be held on Friday, August 26th 2022.
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Restorative Community Conferencing Training for Schools

Training for Schools
with David Vinegrad
8th & 9th December  2022
Venue:  Veneto Club Bulleen

This 2 day workshop is ideal for people working in student management roles, Assistant Principals, Principals, student support staff and members of student wellbeing and behaviour management teams.

8th & 9th December 2022
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Restorative Practices +

2 hours online each week for 6 weeks, commencing April 28th 2022

Every teacher can benefit from understanding and applying restorative approaches with students, colleagues, and families, and can also benefit from receiving wellbeing coaching.

Restorative Practices + is a six-week program, open to all educators in all school settings, and led by experienced practitioner Kristy Elliott (B.Ed, MAPP), .

The course requires participants to commit to 2 hours per week, for 6 weeks, meeting online.

In addition, participants spend between 1-2 hours per week either reflecting on core content or applying the skills and strategies that they have learned.

Online from 6pm – 8pm AEST every Thursday evening, commencing April 28th 2022
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The what, how & why of Restorative Practice in Schools

March 10th, 2022

This in-person one-day workshop, led by Kristy Elliott (B.Ed, MAPP), will explore the philosophy of restorative practice and how it is applied in classrooms and school communities to build and repair relationships.

March 10th, 2022 Burwood (Eastern Melbourne), Victoria
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