Benefit from this free training for practitioners who work with children and families, delivered by the Newcastle Safeguarding Children Partnership.
Restorative Practice is a proactive strength-based approach that reinforces the importance of building and maintaining positive relationships by seeking to understand the needs of the people in your community. The Restorative Approach involves a journey of change using the principles of collaboration and inclusion.
This session will look at the pro-active behaviours and skills that you already use in your practice, to create these long-lasting relationships, as well as reflect on how your actions and attitudes can influence and change relationship dynamics. This interactive session will combine presentation material with reflective activities and opportunities for delegates to ask questions.
By the end of the session you will be able to map your practices against the ‘Four ways of being’ model, and begin to reflect on how you can start to encourage and empower others using high challenge and high support. You will have a greater understanding of techniques that can be used to build connections and community, for example ‘Check in circles’.
This session takes place at the following times, all via Microsoft Teams:
- October 21st, 10am – 12pm
- November 4th, 10am – 12pm
- November 24th, 10am – 12pm
- December 13th, 10am – 12pm
To find out more and book a place, visit the Newcastle Safeguarding Children Partnership website.