Professional development events, symposia and conferences can be taken for graduate credit as part of the IIRP’s unique hybrid learning model. With the addition of readings and interactive online coursework, you can delve deeper with our faculty and participate in our graduate level curriculum. Learn more »
Our cornerstone event includes: Introduction to Restorative Practices (Day 1), Using Circles Effectively (Day 2), Facilitating a Restorative Justice Conference (Day 3), and Family Engagement & Empowerment (Day 4). (As of June 1, 2017, Days 3 & 4 of this event will be converting to two full days of our standard Facilitating Restorative Conferences event.)
Whether you work with youth living in poverty, families with broken relationships or older immigrants facing language barriers, you know that adversity can be as debilitating as extreme trauma. Learn techniques that can help you work with individuals and communities facing adversity or impacted by trauma.
If you believe that engaging people produces the best results, this event with help you develop your own leadership style. The event is a highly participatory and engaging experience for managers, supervisors, teachers, parents or anyone in a position of responsibility or authority.
Restorative conferences allow those who have been most affected by an incident to come together to share their feelings, describe how they have been affected and develop a plan to repair the harm done and prevent recurrence. The process is useful for K-12 schools, criminal justice, higher education and workplaces.