Principles and Practice of Restorative Just Culture – training places available

Humber and North Yorkshire are pleased to offer a four-day training course on the principle and practises of Restorative Just Culture.

This programme is for any professionals and practitioners who are involved in the management and welfare of a range of stakeholders (employees, patients, clients) when an employee relations matter has arisen (including bullying / harassment/ grievances/ disciplinary etc) and/or an adverse event/incident has occurred. Participants will learn how to manage these issues in a restorative way that minimises the negative impacts, maximises the learning to develop an organisational culture where people feel safe and one they can trust.

Through practitioner and academic insights you will learn how to develop, implement and evaluate a restorative just culture in your area of work. Restorative Just Culture practises recognise the important role played by dealing with adverse events and incidents by asking, who is hurt; what do they need; and whose obligation is it to meet those needs?

The success of restorative responses hinges on getting the community involved in collaboratively resolving those questions and arriving at a solution that is respectful to all parties, such as, patients, families, caregivers, organisational representatives, regulators and legal and union representatives. It considers accountability in a forward-looking (rather than punitive, backwards-looking) manner, asking who needs to do what now, given their role and the expectations that come with it. 

This CPD programme offers you the opportunity to explore and critically analyse the concepts of Restorative Just Culture approach and how these can be applied within your own organisation and the wider context. A range of techniques, approaches and the theoretical underpinning them will be reviewed and connection to their application to practice will be explored. This will provide a wider range of knowledge to draw from when working and dealing with adverse events and incidents within the context or your professional role. 

If you are interested in taking part in the programme, please contact by 30th September 2022