Restorative Practices Training in the North East Project
Le Chéile’s North East project is our first project to do ur new Restorative Practices training, ‘How to Mentor Restoratively.’
The training aims to give volunteers a better understanding of estorative practice and restorative justice. It will provide volunteers with the knowledge and skills to empower them to mentor restoratively and put an explicit framework on their current practice as a Mentor. Volunteers will learn the principles and practices of restorative practice in line with theories outlined by the International Institute of Restorative Practice (IIRP).
We have some of photos of the Navan training on our Facebook page. Trainers Mary Henihan and Claire Carroll got a very warm reception from Lyndsey and the volunteers, with great sharing and learning of ideas and experiences throughout. It was great to see all the volunteers already working restoratively, and so keen to integrate Restorative Practice into their mentoring.