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One Day Training Workshop | Restorative practice in dispute resolution - beyond settlement | Wellington | 23 June 2021
with Jon Everest
23 June 2021 | Wellington
This one-day training will explore restorative practice in dispute resolution through practical experience, an unpacking of theory and principles, reflective discussion and application to your own context.
Topics will include:
- ‘Lifting the lid’ on the circle process
- An introduction to restorative practice and principles
- Conventional justice vs restorative justice
- The principles of restorative conversation
- Embedding restorative principles in a community or organisation
- The difference between restorative solutions and mediated solutions
- Adapting and embedding restorative practice in your context or practice
This workshop is suitable for all those involved in dispute resolution, leading or managing others, or working to build relationships or community.
Read full programme here
This workshop is capped at 20 participants to enable interactive format. Please register early to ensure a place.
About the trainer
Jon Everest is an independent restorative practitioner, mediator, and professional supervisor. Until recently he was Senior Consultant, Practice Development at the Diana Unwin Chair of Restorative Justice at Victoria University of Wellington.
He is a Fellow of the Resolution Institute, an advanced accredited mediator, family dispute resolution provider and restorative justice facilitator, with endorsements for working with family violence and sexual offending.
Jon’s first career was as a Police Inspector in the Royal Hong Kong Police before completing his Masters in the area of crime and violence, and further studies and training in dispute resolution.
Frequently asked questions
Do the early bird rates apply?
Are there discounted rates for group bookings?
What are the terms and conditions if I need to cancel?
Special terms and conditions apply for this event, please read full terms and conditions here.