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IIRP professional development will provide you with practical skills that you can use immediately in your personal and professional life, whether you work in restorative justice, schools, social services, counseling, leadership, the pastoral field or as a volunteer.

Professional development experiences can stand alone, but they are also modules in a larger framework that build toward a comprehensive understanding of restorative practices.

Professional development events, symposia and conferences can be a part of your graduate education as part of the IIRP's unique hybrid learning model. With the addition of readings and interactive online coursework, you can delve deeper with our faculty and participate in our graduate level curriculum.

Many events have been approved for continuing education credit by the following professional associations:

Restorative Justice Council (RJC)

RJC has awarded the International Institute for Restorative Practices (IIRP) Europe its "Training Provider Quality Mark" (TPQM). With this mark, participants can be assured that all IIRP Europe events meet national standards for quality restorative practice.

Visit the Restorative Justice Council (RJC) website.

Supreme Court of Ohio

Basic Restorative Practices (All four days = 24 CLE approved hours, Days 1 & 2 = 12 CLE approved hours, Days 3 & 4 = 12 CLE approved hours)

Visit the Supreme Court of Ohio website.

Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction

Basic Restorative Practices (1 CEU hour per each 2 day training. 4 training days = 2 CEU hours received.)

Visit the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction website.

Most states permit individual school districts to determine the value of continuing education units. Let us know if you need additional information.