Getting Started with Restorative Practice online training, January 2022

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Restorative Practices (RP) are an evidence-based set of skills that help develop and sustain strong and happy organisations and communities.

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The training is for those living or working in Clondalkin, Adamstown and Balgaddy areas and is accredited by CDI Tallaght.

We are running Getting Started with Restorative Practices Online. This will take place via Zoom over 2 half days.

Training Dates (Attendance for both sessions is required to complete the training)

  • Session 1 - Monday, 24th January 9.30 - 1pm
  • Session 2 - Monday, 31st January 9.30 - 1pm

Restorative Practices (RP) are an evidence-based set of skills that help develop and sustain strong and happy organisations and communities by actively developing good relationships, preventing the escalation of conflict and handling conflict and wrongdoing in a creative and healthy manner.

Training will cover:

  • Overview of Restorative Practices,
  • Restorative Language Theory and Practice
  • Restorative Questions and Conversations Theory
  • Relationship Building
  • Restorative Meetings Theory and Practice

The Zoom links will be emailed to you in the days leading up to the course start date.

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Organiser Blue Skies Initiative Area Based Childhood Programme

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Blue Skies Initiative Area Based Childhood Programme

The Blue Skies Initiative is the name of the Consortium in the Clondalkin and Adamstown, under the Area Based Childhood programme (ABC). The ABC Programme is an innovative prevention and early intervention initiative consisting of committed funding for an area-based approach to helping to improve outcomes for children by reducing child poverty. The initiative is managed locally by the Consortium which is made up of members from several statutory and community organisations in the area and is led by Archways. The Blue Skies Initiative is designed to improve the overall wellbeing for children and families in the area.

The focus of the work under the ABC Programme covers in the main:

  • Child Health & Development
  • Childrens Learning
  • Parenting
  • Integrated Service Delivery

Areas are implementing a range of programmes and services in a variety of settings including schools, early years settings, and in the home. Emphasis is being placed on enhancing interagency collaboration to ensure services being delivered are timely, accessible, and have the potential to become mainstreamed.

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