Restorative Solutions earns Quality Mark under RJC's Training Approval Scheme

Restorative Solutions has achieved certification under the Restorative Justice Council's new Training Approval Scheme. This award reflects Restorative Solutions' investment in innovative and high-quality restorative training.

On receiving the good news Gary Stephenson, Chief Executive of Restorative Solutions, declared that the granting of the Quality Mark by the RJC "represents a definite recognition of our commitment to producing and delivering the highest quality training development and support to our students".

Restorative Solutions has earned certification for its innovative Practitioner Training Course, which was developed with a focus on student needs. The course also makes use of new technologies, with essential content also available online to provide flexibility to learners, and includes continuous support through free membership to the Restorative Forum.

From the Restorative Justice Council:

"The Restorative Justice Council (RJC) would like to congratulate Restorative Solutions on achieving the Training Approval Scheme quality mark for its three day Practitioner Training in Restorative Approaches training course. We recognise the effort Restorative Solutions has put into the Training Approval Scheme, and we’re delighted that you have been successful.

One of the key aims of the Training Approval Scheme is to enable safe, high quality restorative practice to develop and thrive. The Training Approval Scheme provides reassurance that the Practitioner Training in Restorative Approaches training course delivered by Restorative Solutions is a high quality training course that meets RJC standards."

Further information about training and development services offered by Restorative Solutions can be found here.

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