Restorative Justice & Practices Hybrid Course 

The last few places are available on this unique, internationally renowned course

There is increasing demand for restorative practices in a wide variety of contexts. Restorative Practices (including Restorative Justice) is a unique process that brings together those harmed and those responsible for the harm to safely discuss the harm and how it might be set right. 

International research suggests RJ can help people to recover from harm, encourage those responsible to think again, and provide a more satisfying experience for all involved. It can be used both to respond to harmful acts and to prevent harm.

This Intensive Hybrid Course offers participants the opportunity to come together to learn and develop the skills required to facilitate restorative conferences and circles. It includes training in the engagement and preparation of people who have been harmed and people responsible for harm, their supporters and the community. 

The course will be led by Professor Tim Chapman (Strathclyde University) who is widely recognised as one of the world’s leading trainers and thinkers in restorative justice. Learn together online and in person how to practice Restorative Justice.


RJC Accreditation. This course is accredited by the Restorative Justice Council of England and Wales as a part qualification for accreditation as a practitioner. (There is not, as yet, separate practitioner accreditation in Scotland. However, the RJC standards are widely recognised and will be acknowledged in practice). 

“I consider Tim Chapman to be the best educator in his field and cannot recommend him highly enough. He is highly regarded  both at home and abroad. He is a wonderful trainer. He gently encourages you to see things from a new perspective and his coaching skills are excellent." Martina Jordan, Restorative Practitioner & Trainer.