Here at CERA Ltd we pride ourselves on our restorative ethos we like to think we lead by example and being mindful of this not only supports others to learn, develop and grow in a swift manner, but it also ensures we take time to recognise where there is room for our own development.
Restorative practice should not be thought of as being wholly centred on the criminal justice arena, restorative practice is an ethos which can be facilitated in many areas.
CERA Ltd can provide training for staff or clients in the following areas:
- Introduction “what is restorative practice and where can it be used”
- Practical Staff training in restorative mediation and conversation
- Practical Peer Mentor Training in restorative mediation and conversation
- Reparation / community service how restorative are they?
- Restorative conflict management
- Advocacy training
Stockport Definition of a Restorative Approach…
A voluntary approach focusing on the harm done rather than the rule broken. It involves all parties in an incident, giving them an opportunity to take responsibility for their actions, make amends and reducing re-offending
Directive 2012/29/EU of the European Parliament and European Council article 2…
Restorative Justice means any process whereby the victim and the offender are enabled, if they freely consent, to participate actively in the resolution of matters arising from the criminal offence through the help of an impartial third party
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