Circle 101 Training
Our Circle 101 Training is usually offered at least twice a year. It is a transformative experience and spans one and a half days (Friday evening and Saturday).
- Origins of the Circle process—ritual, tradition, values, balance
- Values, principles, and components of the Circle process
- Types of Circles in Washington County Community Circles
See our upcoming trainings on our events page.
Advanced Circle Training
Also referred to as Circle Keeper Training, this training provides advanced training in Circle, including focusing on the role of the Keeper. This training audience includes Circle volunteers with a year of experience volunteering on Circle cases.
WCCC is always open to developing a customized training. Email us to start discussing what a customized training might look like - firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Board of Directors and the community volunteers of Washington County Community Circles, Inc. have been volunteering in circles for over a decade. One of our missions is to further the use and awareness of restorative practices in and outside Washington County. We are happy to speak about circles as well as provide training for the Circle process. Below you can find our fee schedule for speaking engagements and training sessions.
Please contact us if you would like us to come talk to a group, class, church, or community group or organization about Circles.
Training costs for Circle 101 and Circle Keeper Training are currently as follows:
- Washington County Resident - $25
- Non-Washington County Resident Student - $50
- Non-Washington County Resident - $125
We are committed to engaging our communities in the circle process and the fees may be waived or negotiated, so please contact us with any questions.