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Course Details


BTEC Level 3 Advanced Award in Principles of Restorative Justice


Overview

Restorative justice brings victims, offenders and communities together to decide on a response to a particular crime, disorder or offending behaviour. It’s about putting victims needs at the centre of the criminal justice system and finding positive solutions to crime by encouraging offenders to face up to their actions.

This qualification will equip the participants with the ability to conduct full restorative conferences suitable for the more difficult, enduring and complex problems or prolific offenders.

This qualification provides facilitator training that equips candidates with the skills, knowledge, and the ability to identify and practice appropriate restorative approaches in a variety of settings from informal to formal.

This qualification will focus upon the application of restorative approaches in: the looked after system; policing; prisons; schools; youth offending; housing; and anti-social behaviour.


Learning Objectives

The following National Occupational Standards (Skills for Justice) will be used within the content of this qualification:

  • Assess the circumstances of an incident towards identifying a restorative response
  • Prepare participants and agree an appropriate restorative process
  • Facilitate participants’ interaction within a restorative process
  • Evaluate the outcomes from a restorative process.
  • Co-working in the restorative process
  • Implement and monitor agreed outcomes from a restorative process
  • Facilitate informal restorative process
  • Provide expert advice on restorative process
  • Contribute to the promotion of restorative process
  • Maintain quality assurance of restorative process

Units

  1. Understand principles of restorative justice
    1. Explain different types of restorative justice
    2. Examine and compare different principles and approaches to restorative justice
    3. Assess benefits of different approaches of restorative justice
    4. Evaluate principles of restorative justice
  2. Understand restorative justice legislation and procedures
    1. Explain legislation and procedures relevant to restorative justice
    2. Examine the impact of legislation on restorative justice
    3. Review own organisation’s procedures in restorative justice
  3. Be able to carry out restorative justice processes
    1. Assess the circumstances of an incident towards identifying a restorative response
    2. Prepare participants to carry out restorative justice in line with procedural guidelines
    3. Agree an appropriate restorative process in line with procedural and legislative guidelines
    4. Risk assess restorative justice process
    5. Facilitate participants’ interaction within a restorative process to create agreed outcomes
    6. Implement and monitor restorative processes in line with agreed outcomes
    7. Evaluate the outcomes from of the restorative process
    8. Formulate solutions to progress outcomes which are not met

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