CRESST is Recruiting

CRESST is recruiting (sorry – now closed)

We’re looking for people who are:

  • committed to non-violent conflict resolution
  • experienced working with people in the 8-18 age range
  • experienced in facilitating lively, fun and engaging sessions to challenge young people
  • understand the pressures and challenges young people face in their on- and offline lives

Full job details and application information available from

Training dates 2018

CRESST will be offering its one-day training courses on the following dates. These days are for new interested schools and schools where new staff have taken on responsibilities for running existing programmes.

Youth Resolving Conflict – how to set up a student-led mediation and conflict coaching scheme in a secondary school

9am – 3:30pm on (dates to be released) in Sheffield City Centre

Book here

Young Peacemakers Project – how to set up a peer mediation scheme in a primary school

9am – 3:30pm on Thursday 8th November 2018 in Sheffield City Centre

Book here

For more information, see Adult Training

Funding now available for core CRESST Training!

Our 1-day courses for primary and for secondary school staff are now on the Global Learning Programme website! This means that schools who register as GLP partner schools recieve 5 free places for their staff to go on these and other exciting Global Learning CPD courses.

Learn core conflict resolution skills for using with children or teenagers, and CRESST’s tried and tested mediation process. These courses also covers the elements of a whole school approach to conflict resolution and the mechanics of setting up a student-led peer mediation scheme.

Registering with GLP also gives you free access to loads of amazing global learning resources for your school.

To register your school go to:

The Global Learning Programme Website

You can also find out more about the Young Peacemakers Project and the Youth Resolving Conflict mediation training or book onto our training here

Young women and Social Media

Does your school include groups of girls who regularly fall out? Is this fuelled by their use of social media? Does it affect their learning? CRESST has been working with a group of girls in one secondary school and we have developed a new resource. If your school would like us to work with any young people to develop their resilience and conflict resolution skills and to understand the role of social media role in conflict, please contact the CRESST office for more information on our exciting new programme.    0114 2412745