Designed for people already working as restorative practitioners, this postgraduate course will enable you to achieve your Restorative Justice Council UK Advanced Practitioner status while gaining a valuable academic qualification.
You’ll hear from experts in restorative justice and practice from across the world – experts who discuss their own work, the development of services in different contexts and the challenges you face in delivering and developing services.
The course is delivered entirely online, using the university’s state-of-the-art online platform. You’ll study two modules – each supported by researchers and practitioners from across the field.
You’ll have a Personal Tutor to support you in your learning and assessment. Through a mix of collaborative discussion, lectures, seminars and contributions from experts from across the world, you’ll reflect on and develop your work as an advanced restorative practitioner.
Your assessments will be portfolio-based and designed to give you the skills, knowledge and expertise you’ll need as senior restorative practitioners – as identified in the Restorative Justice Council’s national competency framework.
Here's an example of the types of modules you'll study (it's unlikely but the contents and structure of the course could change).
Module information is not available for this programme.
|Start date||Location||UCAS code||
|Sep 2021||Distance Learning||—||£2,700||£4,900|
|Sep 2022||Distance Learning||—||—||—|
The University of Gloucestershire is approved by the Restorative Justice Council UK as an advanced level course provider and as an approved training provider.
This course is approved by the Restorative Justice Council UK. This means that as part of your academic qualification, you’ll also build your portfolio for recognition, which when you successfully complete of the course will be submitted for verification and approval.
Achieve Restorative Justice Council UK Advanced Practitioner status as part of your academic qualification.
Hear from experts, researchers and practitioners in restorative justice and practice from across the world.
Share your practice with others to reflect on how you facilitate, lead and develop restorative work.
Jon Hobson has been teaching, researching and examining restorative approaches for a number of years. Jon has examined projects in Sierra Leone, Northern Ireland, Canada and across England.
Dr Jon Hobson, Associate Professor in Social Sciences