Facilitating Restorative Conferencing Training

Facilitating Restorative Conferencing Training

January 14 & 15

8:30 am-4:30 pm each day

Participants will receive a certificate from the

International Institute for Restorative Practice.

This is a benefit for anyone seeking employment in human services or education.  

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Facilitated by William Boyle

This training is generally offered at $320 a person; however, William  has generously agreed facilitate training pro bono.  The cost is for materials, food, and support of the Detroit Area Restorative Justice Center.  Your generosity helps us to work.

The training registration cost is a sliding scale from $80-$240

If you can’t afford the full registration fee, we can set up barter, no one will be turned away.



Please fill out the registration form

and send in half of your registration fee prior to January 10.

Information on the location will be sent out to you after you register.  Breakfast and lunch are included.

If you have any questions, please contact the Detroit Area Restorative Justice Center at detroitrestorativejustice@gmail.com.

Bill Boyle is the former Director of the Model Center, Bowers Academy and Equity Programming

in Bloomfield Hills Schools. He has 31 years of experience as a teacher, athletic coach and administrator at all levels of K-12 education. Bill has worked diligently to form schools that serve as places of belonging for all students as the foundation for learning. He currently serves as an consultant, coach and facilitator for schools, non-profits and the private sector specializing in the areas of Restorative Practices and Equity Literacy. Bill is the Executive Director for the Michigan Network for Equity in Education and is an instructor for the International Institute for Restorative Practices.

This training is a part of the Training Series of the Detroit Area Restorative Justice Center.


3 responses to “Facilitating Restorative Conferencing Training

  1. Deirdre D Bruce

    When will you be hosting another facilitating restorative practice conference training

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