Restorative Practices Training
Building Community, Restoring Relationships, Repairing Harm
Restorative practices enables us to foster positive relationships, respond to conflicts and problems, and raise consciousness about critical campus issues. This training will introduce participants to the practice and theory of restorative processes and provide opportunities for skill building so that the effective strategies for repairing harm, developing trust, and connecting people can be integrated into your daily work.
- Understand how restorative practices integrate into our work with students: The training will provide an interactive platform for understanding and exploring restorative principles.
- Create a community of restorative practitioners: Participants will learn how we will implement restorative practice in our daily work at UMBC, and how it will improve our work with students and with each other.
- Form connections and enhance current programs and services:
Participants will also be provided with concrete practices and new
skills for effectively collaborating with other stakeholders to initiate
restorative practices effectively.
- Spreading awareness of restorative practices among professional groups and in society
- Changing attitudes within existing networks
- Implementing theory and practice in a variety of campus settings
- Talking with parties and initiating restorative processes effectively
Please click THIS LINK by March 9, 2018 to register for the training, and to indicate dietary needs. Although the training is free for you, it is not free for us! We will have invested a substantial sum to purchase meals and materials, so once you register it is crucial that you attend!
We understand that two full days is a lot to ask; however, we are confident that this training will be a catalyst that will enable relationships of all types to flourish and assist us in operationalizing the Community Living Principles and other aspirational goals in and beyond the Division of Student Affairs.
Thank you for considering this opportunity. Please do not hesitate to reach out to Jeff Cullen, Davonya Hall, Danielle Pettigrew, or Lauren Mauriello with any questions you might have, or for additional resources