Providers of social care need to comply with the provisions of the Mental Capacity Act 2005 (MCA) and the associated codes of practice. The Act and codes set out the principles and guidance for supporting people who use services to make their own decisions. This course will help learners understand the Act and how it applies to the clients they support.
What you can expect to learn
• Background, principles & assessment of capacity
• Best interests; Restraint
• Designated decision makers including “Lasting power of attorneys” and “Court appointed deputies”
• Public bodies including: Court of Protection, Public Guardian, Advance decisions, IMCA & Children and young people
£45 (Voluntary & Public Sector) £90 (Private Sector)
To enable us to offer low cost and excellent value training, this course is scheduled based on the level of demand. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to register your interest and be added to our on- demand system . As soon as we have the required number of enquiries we will schedule another date and be in contact with the details.
Medway Voluntary Action 5A New Rd Ave Chatham ME4 6BB