Care Act principles and duties overview - CPD accredited training
CPD Standards Office accredited course ref no 60036/31
- The Care Act: when, why, who, where and what
- The wellbeing principle and duty
- General duties under the Care Act
- Prevent, reduce and delay and Information and advice
- Specific duties under the Care Act
- Independent advocacy
- Care Act assessment and eligibility determination
- Paying for care
- Individual’s journey through the reform system
- Attendees to have a clear understanding of the key content –principles and duties- of the Care Act 2014
- Attendees to gain a clear understanding of the differences in process, criteria and approach that the Care Act 2014 brings
- Attendees to understand the concept of wellbeing and its role in the care and support system
- Attendees to gain awareness of the Care Act duties around: information and advice, prevent, reduce and delay, independent advocacy and assessment and eligibility determination.
Who should attend?
- Staff working in social care, health, housing, children’s services, voluntary organisations, organisations providing care and support, local authorities and members of the community.
SCIE also provides in house training, delivered at an organisation’s own premises. This is particularly valuable for larger organisations including local authorities, care providers, NHS trusts and housing organisations who wish to train groups of staff. We can tailor courses to meet our organisations’ needs.