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Conexus wins contract with the Royal London Borough of Kensington and Chelsea (June 2018)

Conexus has been awarded a contract to deliver restorative training with Kensington and Chelsea. This project will provide training with follow-up support and development for a variety of local authority and community agencies. The project also includes a school-based element working with secondary school staff and students to develop their conflict competence. 


Conexus wins Train the Trainer contract with Gloucestershire County Council (April 2018)

Building on the successful delivery of our Train the Trainer programme with Hackney Borough Council and with Leicester City and Leicestershire County Councils, Conexus is delighted to be working with selected staff from across Gloucestershire Children and Young People's Directorate to develop a body of competent and confident restorative trainers. Exciting times ahead.


Conexus awarded the RJC Training Provider Quality Mark (February 2018)

Conexus is extremely pleased to have had its work as a high-quality training organisation recognised and validated through the Restorative Justice Council's Training Provider Quality Mark process. The RJC process required us to provide evidence of - among other things - how we assess and meet learners' needs, how we assess learning within courses and how we support individuals and organisations post-training. Whilst the achievement of the Quality Mark is valuable, the rigorous process of assessment and observation was equally valuable to us as a training organisation that is prides itself on being fresh, meaningful and relevant. For details on upcoming courses, see here

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Conexus awarded tender with Cambridgeshire County Council (November 2017)

Conexus has been successful in its bid with Tom Mellor of Creative Conflict Approaches to provide training and development in restorative approaches and conflict transformation to its hub of multi-agency professionals working with young people in or on the edge of local authority care. 

Tom is a valued and widely experienced colleague and this - Conexus' first official collaboration - promises to be a high-quality learning experience for all. The restorative training and development work sits within Cambridgeshire's broader 'No Wrong Door' approach, details of which can be found here.