The training maps to:
Unit 313 Providing Independent Advocacy Support under the Care Act 2014
Statutory guidance states that Care Act Advocates, once appointed, should be expected to work towards the National Qualification in Independent Advocacy (level 3) within a year of being appointed, and to achieve it in a reasonable amount of time.
Aims & Learning Outcomes for Unit 313:
The aim of this unit is to support learners to develop practical skills and knowledge required to provide Independent Advocacy as introduced within the Care Act 2014.
- Understand the purpose, the main provision and the principles of the Care Act 2014
- Understand legislation which affects the provision of independent advocacy under the Care Act 2014
- Understand the role of the advocate as required by the Care Act 2014
- Be able to provide independent advocacy support under the Care Act 2014
- Be able to raise concerns and challenge decisions made by the local authority as required by the Care Act 2014
Cost £225.00 per person
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