Training

 

Setting Relations Right

Transforming conflict into cooperation

through group conferencing

Melbourne Training Workshop

with David Moore & Alikki Vernon
Wednesday 6th-Friday 8th March 2024
University College, University of Melbourne

This workshop provides 3 days of training for professionals interested in how to facilitate a group conference, by applying the foundational theory and skills described in detail in the book Setting Relations Right in Restorative Practice.

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

This is the first Melbourne Transforming Conflict into Cooperation workshop for 2024. The second workshop is scheduled for May.
More information here

Restorative Community Conferencing Training for Schools

Training for Schools
with David Vinegrad

Melbourne May 13th & 14th 2024 – places are limited so please register early.
Venue:  Veneto Club Bulleen

This 2 day workshop is ideal for people working in student management roles, including Principal Class, YLC’s, student support staff and members of student wellbeing and behaviour management teams.

13th & 14th May 2024
More information here

Restorative Practices Plus

Kristy Elliott (B.Ed, MAPP) combines professional development in the use of restorative approaches in schools and positive psychology to enhance the wellbeing of educators, situated in a group coaching model.

RP+ is suitable for all educators in all schools settings.

To learn more about Kristy Elliott and Restorative Pathways visit the website

Dates for 2024 pending: national and international commitments have prevented us from offering this session during the second half of 2023

Introduction to Restoratives Practices in Schools

Melbourne 1 day Workshop

Kristy Elliott (B.Ed, MAPP) combines professional development in the use of restorative approaches in schools and positive psychology to enhance the wellbeing of educators, situated in a group coaching model.

Content includes:

  • The restorative mindset
  • Neuro-scientific and psychological foundations of restorative approaches
  • Using restorative language, dialogue, & processes to repair harm in a range of settings

Date: Friday, 15 March, 2024
Time: 9:00am – 3:30pm (registrations from 8:30am for prompt start)
Venue: Veneto Club, 191 Bulleen Road, Bulleen Vic 3105
Investment: $320 pp or EARLY BIRD PRICE: $280
Includes: Morning tea, lunch, tea & coffee

More information here