Scottish Centre for Conflict Resolution (SCCR) - Conflict Resolution Training

12th March 2020

Work with young people, parents/carers and families? This FREE Conflict Resolution Training could be for you.

When: Thursday 12 March 2020
Where: Inverness Youth Hostel, Victoria Drive, Inverness, IV2 3QB

The subject of conflict resolution is vast; however, this training identifies generic core elements that individuals, irrespective of their role, will benefit from. This training will give participants the opportunity to reflect on and understand some of the dynamics of conflict within relationships. Benefits of attending the training include networking with like-minded individuals, peer education, refreshing, complimenting existing knowledge and skills, gaining additional knowledge and learning.

Who is it for?

The course is aimed at practitioners, professionals and volunteers working with families, parents and young people and has been designed in such a way that it allows participants to share their knowledge and experience with like-minded individuals. The delivery is informal and is a mix of presentation, discussion, activity and evaluation.

Scottish Centre for Conflict Resolution is a national resource centre promoting and supporting best practice in mediation, family conflict resolution and early intervention. Through our free events, as well as online resources, the SCCR aims to encourage young people, their families and organisations to develop conflict resolutions skills to improve both relationships and life chances and ultimately reduce youth homelessness.

To register your FREE place click here

For further information on this and all other SCCR training and events being held across Scotland, please contact our Event Organiser, Yvonne Moffat, on or call 0131 475 2493.

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