Supported by NED Foundation

  • Professional Certificate of Restorative Justice - PDD1059

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    Professional Certificate of Restorative Justice

    Short course

    Restorative justice is a professional development course designed to provide educators with guidance on how to build strong relationships in classrooms. You will learn how to create supportive and safe learning environments while at the same time being responsive to incidents of harm and conflict.

  • RAD: Restorative Justice and Practices - Global Perspectives : Fleming College

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    'Discover the historical and theoretical development of restorative justice in several countries including Canada, Australia and New Zealand. In addition, in this course you will critically assess contemporary research on restorative justice to determine the extent to which restorative justice processes have a positive impact on participants and how to improve current practices.'

  • Diploma of Community Development

    Diploma of Community Development


    This qualification reflects the role of community services workers who manage the development and delivery of programs that build capacity of communities to influence and guide their own future through public social change processes.


    At this level, workers have specialised skills with complexity in the range and choices of actions required. Workers will generally have responsibility for the supervision of other workers and volunteers.


    This work may be undertaken through organisations working across a range of social, environment, health, economic, arts and culture, recreation sectors.


    No licensing, legislative or certification requirements apply to this qualification at the time of publication.

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