Our case-study shows how we worked together with Time-Out Assessment Centre to develop new restorative practice qualifications for Northern Ireland
The new SFJ Awards Level 4 Diploma in Restorative Practice and Processes, developed for practitioners who facilitate community-based restorative practice in Northern Ireland, will be available from 1 August.
This new knowledge-based award, suitable for use in a wide range of contexts, is now available.
SFJ Awards’ new Professional Certificates in Early Interventions and Diploma in Restorative Practice are now available for Advanced Learner Loans.
We are pleased to announce that the new SFJ Awards qualifications in Early Interventions are now available. These qualifications aim to support the professionalization of the early interventions workforce and to provide a flexible progression route for those who work, or aspire to work, in this field.
We are pleased to announce that the SFJ Awards Level 4 Diploma in Restorative Practice has now been awarded the Restorative Justice Council’s Accredited Qualification Mark (AQM).
New Level 3 qualifications in Probation Practice are now ready for wider consultation and we are seeking views on the structure and content of the draft versions from stakeholders involved in probation services. The consultation runs until Friday 13 January 2017 so please let us have your feedback.
This consultation has now closed. Thank you for your feedback. Further information will be published about this new development in due course.
SFJ Awards qualifications for Early Intervention and Family Support have now been approved by the Skills Funding Agency for Advanced Learner Loans from 1 August 2016.
Probation Institute to run a Consultation Event on the revised Level 5 Diploma in Probation Practice in January 2016.
Ten frontline workers at domestic abuse charity Refuge have become the first to pass a new qualification for domestic violence practitioners.