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Advocacy in Lancashire - including statutory advocacy, IMCA and IMHA SCSC160

Who is this course for?

Managers, Social Workers and Social Care Support officers working in personal Social Care, including Mental Health service and AMHPs
APPLICATIONS FROM STUDENT SOCIAL WORKERS WILL ONLY BE ACCEPTED IF RECEIVED WITHIN TWO WEEKS OF THE COURSE DATE. ANY APPLICATIONS RECEIVED BEFORE THIS WILL BE DELETED FROM THE SYSTEM.

Aims

To equip the learner to refer to the advocacy services available in a well
informed and confident way, in order to support the best possible outcomes for individuals

Objectives

At the end of the course participants will be able to:
• Describe the Advocacy Services in Lancashire.
• Describe the main principles of Advocacy.
• Outline a range of different types of Advocacy and their eligibility criteria.
• Outline the benefits of Advocacy to both customers and professionals.
• Define the role of the Advocate and others, both generally and specifically with regard to the care Act 2014.
• Describe the process of accessing Advocacy services.
• Explain some examples of the work of Advocates, including outcomes.

Trainer

Lauren Lovelace from Advocacy Focus

Description

To equip the learner to refer to the advocacy services available in a well
informed and confident way, in order to support the best possible outcomes for individuals

Delivery Dates & Venue

Venue
The Exchange
County Hall
Conference Training Facility
Preston. PR1 8XJ

Currently no training dates available.