Program posted by: International Institute for Restorative Practices
Posted on: November 14, 2012
IIRP professional development imparts practical knowledge and skills you can use immediately in your personal and professional life—whether you are involved in education, criminal justice, social services, counseling, leadership, the pastoral field, volunteer or other work.
Supported by extensive research, restorative practices has demonstrated positive outcomes in a wide variety of settings. We've consistently seen better behavior and decreased bullying and violence in schools, improved workplace morale, reduced recidivism in juvenile and criminal justice and enhanced family engagement in social services.
Participation in this event can be applied toward the graduate course RP 500 Basic Restorative Practices. Course requirements include an additional 12 hours of online coursework after completion of all four days.
Find more information, including other locations around the US and Canada as well as dates, at http://www.iirp.edu/basic .