SRPC™ CERTIFICATE

School Restorative Practices Coordinator

This training is designed for individuals or teams to lead a school by developing and implementing a Restorative Practices program in their school.  Participants take an in-depth look into restorative practices and other social sciences to prepare each participant to lead a school community to develop, implement, and monitor a restorative practices program.  

Upcoming Virtual Workshops

Upcoming Workshops

March 7th, 2022 | 8:00 am to 12:00 pm $350

The (SRPC™ School Restorative Practices Coordinator) Certification

May 23rd, 2022 |   8:00 am to 12:00 pm  $350

The (SRPC™ School Restorative Practices Coordinator) Certification

August 1st, 2022|   8:00 am to 12:00 pm  $350

The (SRPC™ School Restorative Practices Coordinator) Certification

SRPC Certificate

The (SRPC™ School Restorative Practices Coordinator) Certification is the only credential explicitly focused on building positive relationships among all stakeholders. As an SRPC, you will gain the skills needed to support your Superintendent, Principal, and building leadership. You will learn how to analyze all school behavior improvement programs to ensure they align with your school’s goals – now and in the future. You will develop core competencies to demonstrate your expertise in restorative practices and other social sciences to impact change across your building or district.

  • 4 hours of live virtual training
  • 8 self-paced online modules
  • 1 final exam consisting of 100 questions
  • Combined for 40 hours of blended learning

Module 1: Conflict Resolution

Objectives: Learners develop an understanding of how Restorative Practices can be used in connection with conflict resolution methods.

Module 2: Problem Solving Using Restorative Practices

Objectives: Learners explore the social science concepts behind Restorative Practices, including how to objectively view behavior, and use Problem-Based Learning to increase their ability to problem solve in a restorative way.

Module 3: Restorative Classroom Training Materials

Objectives: Learners take a deep dive into the Restorative Practices Classroom and develop their own training materials for improvement.

Module 4: Social Intelligence

Objectives: Learners gain insight into how they can build relationships with students, how they can identify which students need attention, and how they can be giving in their responses to disruptive or defiant student behavior. Learners understand how social intelligence and emotional intelligence are related.

Module 5: SRPC RAP (Restorative Action Plan)

Objectives: Learners understand how to set consequences for students in a way that invites engagement and reflection, rather than withdrawal and combativeness. Participants also learn how to conduct a student threat assessment.

Module 6: Restoratively Working with Students

Objectives: Learners drill down on what it means to have a beneficial and appropriate conversation with a student, regardless of the context. Learners are introduced to the “4R students” system, which stands for Respect, Responsibility, Repair, and Reintegration. Learners explore how to use conversations to develop and maintain mutually-beneficial relationships with students.

Module 7: Understanding Your Role as an SRPC (School Restorative Practices Coordinator)

Objectives: Learners gain the skills needed to support their Superintendent, Principal, and building leadership. Learners will explore how to analyze all school behavior improvement programs to ensure they align with their school’s goals – now and in the future. Learners will develop core competencies to demonstrate their expertise in restorative practices and other social sciences to impact change across their building or district.

Module 8: How to Train and develop Teams

Objectives: Learners explore how adults prefer to receive their professional development. Participants will also gain skills to identify and deliver engaging staff presentations.
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