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Adult care and support
A resource looking at what adult safeguarding means and considering how safeguarding is everyone's responsibility. (2016)
Mental Capacity Act
Exploring the Mental capacity act including best interests decision making and how to support people to make their own decisions. (2016)
An in-depth introduction to dementia and the experience of living with the disease. 7 modules (2009)
Understanding and delivering person centred care
Looks at how to support individuals through the personalisation process. 2 modules (2010). An updated version is in development.
How to support people to regain the ability to look after themselves following illness or injury. (2013). An updated version is in development.
Families and parental issues
Communication and management skills
Explores the principles of good communication skills and how to apply these to practice. 10 modules (2008)
Organisational change in Social Care
A resource to support managers working in adult social care to be more knowledgeable about, and confident in the application of different approaches to managing change.
The following courses have been de-listed pending updates. We are unable to provide a re-publishing date at this time
Children of prisoners
An introduction to the issues of children who are affected by the loss of a parent or carer to prison. 3 modules (2008)