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Care Act 2014 - An Overview

Duration

1 day or half day

Course Overview



The Care Act 2014 is intended to improve people's wellbeing and independence. One of the key aims of this essential piece of legislation is to ensure that people with care and support needs have ultimate control and choice over the planning and delivery of their services. The Act enshrines in law an obligation on support providers to deliver services that focus on the wellbeing of the person and are based on the principles of personalised support. The first part of this half-day course is an introduction to the Act and focuses on what it means for those in receipt of care and support, for organisations and their staff. The second part of the course focuses on Safeguarding Adults duties in the context of this new piece of legislation.

Learning Outcomes



By the end of this course, delegates will have covered:
  • Wellbeing principle and its role within the Act
  • Co-production and personalised care and support
  • Prevention and maximising independence
  • Responsibilities and universal services of the Act
  • Main key processes of the Act
  • Adult safeguarding: aims and principles
  • Definition of abuse and the different forms it can take
  • What constitutes an enquiry and when an enquiry might be required
  • Advocacy and the different forms this can take
  • The main functions of a Safeguarding Adults Board (SAB)
  • The duty for all involved to cooperate with relevant partners
  • Methods of Delivery


    This course is delivered through Central's Virtual Learning Environment (VLE). Our specialist trainer uses a variety of methods to deliver this course including: practice studies, interactive presentations, group discussions and empirical examples.
    • Course Content
    • Audience
    • Training Considerations
    • Certification
    • Related Courses

    Course Content

    • What is the Care Act 2014
    • Why the Act has been introduced
    • The core principles underpinning the Act
    • The general responsibilities and universal services
    • The main key processes
    • Changes in safeguarding and its new statutory footing
    • The impact on the organisation

    Target Audience

    Managers and frontline staff in the provision of care and support to adults.

    Training Considerations

    There are no pre-training requirements for this course.

    Certification

    Upon completion of the course, the delegates will receive a certificate of attendance.

    Related Courses

    Mental Capacity Act
    Mental Health Act
    Safeguarding Adults
    Safeguarding for Managers
     
    Care Act 2014 - An Overview
    Duration: 1 day or half day

    Course overview:

    The Care Act 2014 is intended to improve people's wellbeing and independence. One of the key aims of this essential piece of legislation is to ensure that people with care and support needs have ultimate control and choice over the planning and delivery of their services. The Act enshrines in law an obligation on support providers to deliver services that focus on the wellbeing of the person and are based on the principles of personalised support. The first part of this half-day course is an introduction to the Act and focuses on what it means for those in receipt of care and support, for organisations and their staff. The second part of the course focuses on Safeguarding Adults duties in the context of this new piece of legislation.

    Learning outcomes:

    By the end of this course, delegates will have covered:

    · Wellbeing principle and its role within the Act
    · Co-production and personalised care and support
    · Prevention and maximising independence
    · Responsibilities and universal services of the Act
    · Main key processes of the Act
    · Adult safeguarding: aims and principles
    · Definition of abuse and the different forms it can take
    · What constitutes an enquiry and when an enquiry might be required
    · Advocacy and the different forms this can take
    · The main functions of a Safeguarding Adults Board (SAB)
    · The duty for all involved to cooperate with relevant partners

    Methods of delivery:
    This course is delivered through Central's Virtual Learning Environment (VLE). Our specialist trainer uses a variety of methods to deliver this course including: practice studies, interactive presentations, group discussions and empirical examples.

    LEARNING OBJECTIVES
    · What is the Care Act 2014
    · Why the Act has been introduced
    · The core principles underpinning the Act
    · The general responsibilities and universal services
    · The main key processes
    · Changes in safeguarding and its new statutory footing
    · The impact on the organisation



    TARGET AUDIENCE
    Managers and frontline staff in the provision of care and support to adults.

    TRAINING CONSIDERATIONS
    There are no pre-training requirements for this course.

    CERTIFICATION
    Upon completion of the course, the delegates will receive a certificate of attendance.

    RELATED COURSES
    Mental Capacity Act
    Mental Health Act
    Safeguarding Adults
    Safeguarding for Managers

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