ARJA is pleased to offer online training for Alberta learners who are interested in knowing more about restorative justice.

The course – Introduction to the Practice of Restorative Justice in Criminal Matters – is a theoretical approach to the application of restorative justice in the criminal justice setting; it is not training in a specific process, model or skills. For those wishing to become a restorative justice facilitator, this course will serve as the beginning of the journey.

The course consists of five modules: Introduction to RJ, Legal Considerations for the Practice of RJ, Principles and Values of RJ, Indigenous Foundations in the Practice of RJ, and RJ processes.

This workshop is free, however registration is limited to 20 students per workshop and the spots will be filled on a first come basis.

This course will be taught by Joanne Munro with guest instructor Gayle Desmeules.

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DETAILS

  • The cost of this workshop is free

  • Registration is limited to 20 students per workshop and the spots will be filled on a first come basis.

  • The following will be necessary in order to participate fully in the course

    • Access to Zoom

    • Ready to participate with webcam and microphone

    • Complete assigned readings/assignments

  • Students who complete all course requirements will receive a certificate of completion.

REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED,

WITH A VERY LARGE WAITING LIST.

 

ARJA IS CONSIDERING HOW WE CAN CONTINUE TO SERVE ALBERTANS WITH POSSIBLY OFFERING MORE COURSES IN THE FUTURE.