There is a growing interest in using restorative practices to address challenges and injustices in society today. Participants will be introduced to the concept of restorative practices as they fit with restorative justice and their practical application. It will also introduce participants to designs for the use of restorative practices across a diverse range of situations, such as workplaces, education, communities, prisons, youth and with survivors of abuse. The course will provide participants with the practical tools to develop and implement best restorative practices in a variety of settings.
Through blended learning that employs online and live classes, practice sessions and peer feedback, this micro-credential will provide participants with a structured learning environment. Following completion of the micro-credential, these credits may be accepted as part of relevant School of Law and Criminology postgraduate programmes, such as postgraduate diplomas or masters.
Applicants should have a minimum 2.2 grade, honours (level 8) degree.
This course is also open to experienced professionals who do not hold a primary or higher degree with entry via Recognition of Prior Experiential Learning (RPEL). Further information on RPEL can be found on the RPEL website.
Applicants who wish to apply via RPEL must submit a completed RPEL form with their application. Click the following link to access a copy of the RPEL application form.
Minimum English language requirements: For more information on the minimum English language requirements, please see link to Maynooth Universitys Micro-credentials Entry Requirements.
Department of Law
Department of Jean Monnet Chair in EU Law and Fundamental Rights
Department of Centre for European and Eurasian Studies
This course will be commencing on 27 January 2024. This course will be delivered in person on-campus from 10.00am-5.00pm on a number of Saturdays and online from 6pm-8.30pm on a number of Tuesday evenings
2024 Course Dates:
Saturday, 27 January 2024
Tuesday, 30 January 2024
Tuesday, 6 February 2024
Saturday, 17 February 2024
Tuesday, 27 February 2024
Saturday, 9 March 2024
Tuesday, 19 March 2024
Saturday, 23 March 2024
Tuesday, 16 April 2024
Saturday, 27 April 2024
Online application only https://v2.pac.ie/institute/19
The following documents should be uploaded to your online application form:
- Birth certificate OR valid photo ID (eg. Passport or drivers licence).
- Marriage Certificate (for students who wish to register in their married name).
- Certified copies of all official transcripts of results or degree parchments for all non-Maynooth University qualifications (if applying with a degree or qualification in a relevant subject).
- Completed RPEL form (if applying through RPEL).
Note: failure to provide all necessary documents will result in a delay to your application being processed.