The training was highly effective in assisting the Youth Offending Service on its journey to becoming a restorative organisation.
Rhondda Cynon Taf County Borough Council
We are recruiting!
Wales Restorative Approaches Partnership invite applications for two Trainers/Practitioners. We are a small, friendly organisation. Our business is growing, and we require two Trainers/Practitioners with strong values aligned to own, who will be a good fit with our team. Read more >
Restorative Approaches and Accessibility Conference
14th June 2019 | 9:30am – 3:30pm | Thornhill Church Centre, Cardiff
A key principle of restorative working is accessibility. People we meet through restorative interventions may have diverse additional learning needs and difficulties and may have experienced trauma. Unique unmet and undiagnosed needs may contribute to the presenting behaviours and harm experienced by all involved. School exclusion units, PRU’s, residential care homes, hostels and prisons are disproportionately full of people who are neurodivergent and may also have experienced high levels of adverse childhood experiences. Read more >