Wales Restorative Approaches Partnership Achieves New Quality Mark

Wales Restorative Approaches Partnership has been awarded the Training Provider Quality Mark.

The Restorative Justice Council is pleased to announce that Wales Restorative Approaches Partnership has been awarded the Training Provided Quality Mark.

Jon Collins, the RJC’s chief executive, said:

“WRAP have demonstrated through successfully completing the TPQM that they are providing the highest quality restorative practice training. It is a great testimony to the whole team at WRAP that they have achieved this in addition to holding the Restorative Services Quality Mark (RSQM).”

The TPQM is a quality mark for restorative training providers. It enables training providers to show that they have been externally recognised, while also giving commissioners and learners confidence that the training delivered meets recognised international standards.

WRAP joins other TPQM awardees – working across sectors from criminal justice through education to care – delivering high quality restorative training.

Julia Houlston Clarke, WRAP’s chief executive officer, said:

“We were absolutely delighted to hear that we had achieved the TPQM. This complements our existing RSQM accreditation and displays the high quality of work we know we are delivering and have worked hard to achieve for our clients and with our partners. We’re also very proud to be the first and only Welsh training provider to have gained the TPQM so far.”