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SRPC™ Certificate Training

 

SRPC™ Training invites you to apply for the SRPC® School Restorative Practice Coordinator Certificate, the first of its kind to be offered in your area. Apply now for this two-day live advanced school restorative practices coordinator training. 

The School Restorative Practice Coordinator provides behavior intervention support to the entire school campus through consistent application of the Title IV, Title IX, Restorative Justice laws, and FAPE (Free Appropriate Public Education) procedures as guaranteed by the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). 

Duties may include training employees on behavior management techniques, facilitating restorative justice interventions (RAP), responding to student behavioral concerns, creating reports, supervising students and more.

Participants completing this interactive training will explore and deepen knowledge of and ability to…

   Respond to incoming discipline referrals from teachers to assess appropriate response

   Contact parents/guardians to invite and inform them about student related restorative meetings

   Inform and prepare participants for restorative circles and/or dialogues

   Develop and Implement Restorative Actions Plans (RAP) before suspensions

   Facilitate restorative processes throughout the entire school or district

   Analytical problem solving using Restorative Practices methods

   Develop strategies for working with all members of the school community

   Follow-up on all restorative meetings to ensure agreements are upheld

   Coordinate the delivery of restorative circles to classrooms as requested by school staff

   Work with school PBIS (Positive Behavior Intervention Support), Equity, Leadership, Data (etc.) teams to build and strengthen current practices

   Provide participants, parents and appropriate staff with agreement/outcome of restorative process

   Provide regular RP updates at school staff meetings

   Identify and build relationships with school, parent and community stakeholders

   Work with families to support student success and promote greater engagement of families in the school

   Model restorative classroom & discipline processes

What they are saying…

   “Roy Burton is a dynamic and engaging presenter. He is knowledgeable on Restorative Justice and presents the information in an interactive format. The information is easily transferable to your own educational setting.”

  “The techniques learned through the Restorative Practice training can help build relationships with students, decrease behavior issues, and increase student achievement.”

 

DAY 1  

— Understanding Your Role as a SRPC
     (school restorative practices coordinator)

Working with staff and getting the best out of them 
BREAK
— Restorative Practices Law
    (what you should know)   

 LUNCH   

 — Decision-making Analysis
BREAK
Conflict Resolution and Mediation 


DAY 2  

— Restorative Practices Implementation Strategies (proactive and responsive)
BREAK
Working with students 
— Working with community stakeholders  

LUNCH 

— Student Threat Assessment using Restorative Action Plans


NOTE: This is a 2-Day Training.

SRPC™ Certificate Training

 

SRPC™ Training invites you to apply for the SRPC® School Restorative Practice Coordinator Certificate, the first of its kind to be offered in Michigan. Apply now for this two-day live advanced school restorative practices coordinator training, co-sponsored by MASSP. 

The School Restorative Practice Coordinator provides behavior intervention support to the entire school campus through consistent application of the Michigan’s New Restorative Justice Law, and FAPE (Free Appropriate Public Education) procedures as guaranteed by the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). 

Duties may include training employees on behavior management techniques, facilitating restorative justice interventions (RAP), responding to student behavioral concerns, creating reports, supervising students and more.

Participants completing this interactive training will explore and deepen knowledge of and ability to…

   Respond to incoming discipline referrals from teachers to assess appropriate response

   Contact parents/guardians to invite and inform them about student related restorative meetings

   Inform and prepare participants for restorative circles and/or dialogues

   Develop and Implement Restorative Actions Plans (RAP) before suspensions

   Facilitate restorative processes throughout the entire school or district

   Analytical problem solving using Restorative Practices methods

   Develop strategies for working with all members of the school community

   Follow-up on all restorative meetings to ensure agreements are upheld

   Coordinate the delivery of restorative circles to classrooms as requested by school staff

   Work with school PBIS (Positive Behavior Intervention Support), Equity, Leadership, Data (etc.) teams to build and strengthen current practices

   Provide participants, parents and appropriate staff with agreement/outcome of restorative process

   Provide regular RP updates at school staff meetings

   Identify and build relationships with school, parent and community stakeholders

   Work with families to support student success and promote greater engagement of families in the school

   Model restorative classroom & discipline processes

What they are saying…

   “Roy Burton is a dynamic and engaging presenter. He is knowledgeable on Restorative Justice and presents the information in an interactive format. The information is easily transferable to your own educational setting.”

  “The techniques learned through the Restorative Practice training can help build relationships with students, decrease behavior issues, and increase student achievement.”

 

DAY 1 — 9:00 a.m. —  Start

— Understanding Your Role as a SRPC school restorative practices coordinator
Working with staff and getting the best out of them 
BREAK
— Restorative Practices Law (what you should know) 


 LUNCH 


 — Decision-making Matrix
BREAK
Conflict Resolution and Mediation

4:00 p.m. — END


-DAY 2

9 a.m. – Start 
— Restorative Practices Implementation Strategies (proactive and responsive)
BREAK
Working with students 
— Working with community stakeholders


LUNCH


— Student Threat Assessment using Restorative Action Plans

3:00 p.m. — END

Contact Us

To learn more about Restorative Practices, PBIS and Culture and Climate Training and Consultation, please give us a call. We would love to hear from you and answer any of your questions.

SRPC TRAINING
845 Church Street Concord, NC 28025 
866-348-4085

roy.burton@srpctraining.org
www.SRPCTraining.org



Michigan Restorative Practices
Trainers & Consultants
23550 Harper Ave Suite 207
St. Clair Shores MI 48080
586 204-2222 

roy.burton@mirptc.org
www.MIRPTC.org

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