Experienced restorative practitioners who are seeking instruction and guidance on how to teach key concepts of Restorative Practices for Educators and/or Restorative Justice Conferencing to others, can become Restorative Practices Trainers. At the conclusion of the Training of Trainers, you will be prepared to teach others the IIRP Curriculum and assist in the implementation of restorative practices in your school or organization.

This interactive training will include:

  • Review of IIRP Curriculum.
  • Participant preparation and presentation of content.
  • Discussion of best practices for training implementation.
  • Professional development maps that include learning outcomes and objectives.
  • Suggestions for how to deliver the instruction online based on our years of experience with distance learning.
  • Support for creating modules unique to your situation, if you are unable to deliver the materials as suggested by the IIRP.
  • Facilitated conversation about the integration of the IIRP materials with other initiatives.

If you would like to learn more about our Restorative Practices Trainer program before continuing, please contact us.

Upcoming Training of Trainers Events

Restorative Practices for Educators

All events start at 12 PM Eastern US and run 4.5 hours.

  • April 19–23 – Online  [Event Full]
  • May 10–14 – Online [Event Full]
  • May 17–21 – Online [Event Full]
  • June 7–11 – Online [Event Full]
  • June 21–25 – Online 
  • July 12–16 – Online
  • July 19–23 – Online
  • July 26–30 – Online
  • August 9–13 – Online
  • August 23–27 – Online
Restorative Justice Conferencing

All events start at 12 PM Eastern US and run 4.5 hours.

  • April 26–30 – Online [Event Full]
  • May 17–21 – Online [Event Full]
  • July 19–23 – Online
  • July 26–30 – Online
  • August 16–20 – Online

Attend a Training of Trainers

Complete the form below to become a restorative practices trainer. You will receive an email with a link to register for your event.


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In order to become a restorative practices trainer, you must first have attended the associated professional development event yourself. Please tell us when and where you attended this event and with which instructor and trainer.

(If you have not attended the prerequisite training(s), please visit the full IIRP event schedule.)

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