10:00 am - 4:00 pm
77 Great Peter Street
Sycamore Tree is a victim awareness course that teaches the principles of restorative justice. It is taught in prisons in groups of up to 20 learners by PF volunteers. Prisoners on the course explore the effects of crime on victims, offenders, and the community, and discuss what it would mean to take responsibility for their personal actions. This training day focuses on the role of a group facilitator.
The Group Facilitator training will cover:
- Introduction to the Vision and Values of PF
- The Role & Responsibilities of a Group Facilitator
- The Story of Zac – Restorative Justice
- Basic induction training
We have 20 places available, so do book your place as soon as possible. If all the places have been filled, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to the waiting list so we can let you know of any cancellations or future trainings.
You need to be an approved PF Volunteer to take part in this training. You can find out more about becoming a PF volunteer and make an application here.
The training will start at 10am promptly; you are invited to arrive from 9:30 for registration and refreshments!
Lunch and refreshments will be provided.