Everyone listed on our Practitioner Register is committed to delivering high quality restorative practice. Each practitioner has agreed to adhere to the RJC Practitioner Code of Practice .
The RJC launched its Registered Practitioner status in May 2020, this replaces our Accredited Practitioner Award. During this transition period you will find both Registered and Accredited Practitioners listed on the register. Our Registered and Accredited Practitioners have all been assessed by the RJC and have demonstrated that they meet the performance indicators set out in our Registered Practitioner Framework or Accredited Practitioner Standards .
Advanced Registered Practitioners lead restorative processes involving cases of all levels of complexity. They perform a variety of casework or restorative processes and can apply a range of techniques in a variety of challenging context.
Intermediate Registered Practitioners and Accredited Practitioners are experienced practitioners and have provided evidence that their work meets national standards. They have an RJC approved qualification or they have been accredited via assessment by an RJC assessor.
Foundation Registered Practitioners have completed their initial training and are either new entrants to the profession or only use restorative practice informally as an additional skillset to their main role.
Use the following links to find out more about Membership or Registration .
Find the right practitioner for you by using the menu to search our register by location and area of expertise. You can also search for individual practitioners by name. You can then click on their individual names to find out more information.