About our courses
Get the knowledge and skills you need to improve your professional practice.
The Diana Unwin Chair in Restorative Justice offers a Graduate Certificate in Restorative Justice Practice, covering the complexities of restorative justice theory and key challenges in applying it in a range of roles and sectors.
You’ll learn in an interactive and multi-disciplinary environment, studying with award-winning lecturers who are active researchers and practitioners in the field.
The Certificate is set up so you can study part time while you work. All courses are in the evening, there’s an online platform for distance students and you can get entry to the Certificate based on your professional training and experience.
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Restorative Justice and Practice: Emergence of a Social Movement
In 2018 the Chair in Restorative Justice offered an online MOOC course, Restorative Justice and Practice: Emergence of a Social Movement, via the edX international learning platform.
The course was the first MOOC of its kind worldwide, teaching restorative practices and how they can bring about positive change for schools, families, workplaces and community agencies.
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