SynRJ 1-Day Relational and Restorative Processes: An Anti-Bullying Strategy

Participants will learn how to use relational and restorative processes to effectively engage young people and their parents on a range of bullying issues including cyberbullying, homophobic bullying and girls’ disagreements. The course consists of a mixture of theoretic and practical activities which are further enhanced with a student workbook and other course materials. The workshop is delivered by a highly experienced practitioner.

Start date: 20 June 2017 End date: 20 June 2017 Event Time: 9:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. (Registration 8:30 - 9:00 a.m.)

Event type: Workshop

This one day workshop aims to:

give participants an understanding of relational and restorative processes explore different types of and extent of bullying behaviour demonstrate effective strategies for managing different aspects of bullying behaviour guidance on helping young people take responsibility for their own actions and appropriately challenge bullying behaviour These strategies build stronger communities which are safer, more supportive and have fewer behavioural issues.

Participants will learn how to use relational and restorative processes to effectively engage young people and their parents on a range of bullying issues including cyberbullying, homophobic bullying and girls’ disagreements.

The course consists of a mixture of theoretic and practical activities which are further enhanced with a student workbook and other course materials. The workshop is delivered by a highly experienced practitioner.

Ticket prices: £75 + VAT @ 20% to include, tuition, course materials, student workbook, textbook, lunch and refreshments

20 Jun 2017 9:00am   through   5:00 PM
Waterloo Conference Centre
Sandell Street
London, SE1 8UJ
Phone: 01229777799
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Organiser: SynRJ