The objective of the Level 4 Diploma in Restorative Practice and Processes is to develop learners’ knowledge and skills in facilitating community-based restorative practice in Northern Ireland. The qualification holds the Restorative Justice Council’s Accredited Qualification Mark (AQM).
The aim of the Level 3 Award in Understanding the Principles of Restorative Practice is to provide learners with the underpinning knowledge of restorative practice and the practitioner role.
The Level 3 Certificate in Probation Practice is suitable for a range of roles across the National Probation Service and Community Rehabilitation Companies. The Level 3 Diploma in Probation Practice is aimed at Probation Services Officers.
These qualifications have been developed to support the professionalisation of the early interventions workforce and to provide a flexible progression route for those who work, or aspire to work, in the sector.
The main objective of these qualifications is to provide frontline staff in public sector, private and voluntary organisations with the knowledge and skills to be able to uphold British values in their own role.
The main objective of this qualification is to allow Probation Services Officers to develop the skills required for the role of Probation Officer.
This qualification aims to prepare learners for employment in the Justice Sector, introducing them to the underpinning purpose, principles and priorities of the sector.
This qualification is aimed at people working in a wide range of settings who facilitate the restorative justice process and holds the Restorative Justice Council’s Accredited Qualification Mark (AQM).
The main objective of this qualification is to address the skills requirements and core tasks required of a flexible and dynamic workforce involved in the rehabilitation of offenders into the community.
This qualification is aimed at those who have a responsibility for problem solving within Community Safety and Crime Reduction Partnerships across England and Wales.
The aim of these qualifications is to develop the knowledge and skills of those whose role involves them coming into contact with individuals and families who may benefit from Early Intervention and Family Support.
The main objective of these qualifications is to provide learners with the knowledge and skills to integrate the use of ICT in Early Years’ learning.
The main objective of this qualification is to improve the ability of offenders to manage personal finances during and after custody.
These qualifications are designed for staff and volunteers in statutory and not for profit agencies who work directly with, and provide support to, victims, survivors and witnesses.
The qualifications have been designed for front-line, ‘core’ domestic violence practitioners as well as those in the ‘wider workforce’ who are likely to come into contact with survivors of domestic violence during their work. The SFJ Awards Level 2 Award in Supporting Survivors of Domestic Violence is being withdrawn, please see the qualification page and handbook for more information.