The European Forum for Restorative Justice organises its courses on restorative justice and its applications. These can be attended as one time event, or can be combined for progressive learning. The different courses offer valuable insight both for beginners and for advanced learners. Training can happen online or face-to-face. The courses apply participatory learning methodologies, close-to-practice examples, and they are delivered by members of the EFRJ Register of Qualified Trainers. The EFRJ organises training in different languages represented in Europe.
The EFRJ seeks to work with the most competent trainers whose expertise best matches the needs of the learners. To facilitate its learning events, the EFRJ invites trainers who combine a good amount of practice based experience with seasoned educational skills. When more than one trainer facilitates an event, they typically complement each other, in teaching style, areas of expertise and often regarding their national background too. This contributes to the international perspective of the EFRJ learning events. It is an expectation of the trainers that in their facilitation style they model restorative values and align with the restorative justice values and principles defined by the EFRJ.
On its training courses and other learning events EFRJ typically collaborates with trainers who are members of the EFRJ Register of Restorative Justice Trainers and Consultants. To know more about the Register, or how to apply to become a member of it, you can read more on the following the link below.
Additionally, the EFRJ offers tailor made trainings in various applications restorative justice and related subjects. Should you be interested in requesting a training for your organisation, do not hesitate to contact us!