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Do you care about accreditation in restorative practice?

May 5, 2009

We would like to consult with members and other stakeholders in
order to get feedback on the first draft of the blueprint to make sure
that it works for you.

This is your chance to have an input into the structure, content and
system of accreditation in the field. In addition, the RJC has been
working with Skills for Justice to update the National Occupational
Standards for Restorative Practice which we would also like to get your
feedback on.

It is important that we receive input from practitioners, trainers,
managers and commissioners of restorative services to ensure that
proposals are relevant to the individuals and organisations involved in
restorative practice.

We would like to invite you to attend one of the consultation
meetings that we are running at the venues and times listed below.
These meetings are open to members and non-members of the RJC, so
please pass on this invitation to others that you think might be

For more information contact Ilan Vuddamalay at JPA Europe Limited


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