Care Act: Assessment and eligibility training
Training, learning and workforce development for local authorities and their partners
The Care Act 2014 introduces new responsibilities for local authorities and safeguarding adults’ boards. It also has major implications for care, health and housing providers, people who use services, carers and advocates.
SCIE can develop, deliver and evaluate a training and learning programme tailored to your ADASS region, individual local authority or care provider. Many of our clients combine our Care Act training with our consultancy services.
I am pleased to recommend SCIE’s resources to local authority colleagues looking to implement the Care Act and to improve outcomes with and for local people.Ray James, former President, Association of Directors of Adult Social Services
Care Act: Assessment and eligibility training programmes
SCIE can provide a range of Care Act courses, such as those outlined below. Click on the title to view a sample of the course programme which can be adapted to suit your needs.
Assessment and eligibility: Cultural change
How to carry out assessments and determine eligibility, including proportionate assessment, self-assessment, strengths-based approaches and fluctuating needs.
Carer’s assessment and eligibility
The context and principles of the Care Act 2014 and Children and Families Act 2014 in relation to carers’ assessment and eligibility.
Specialist deafblind assessor
Level 3 OCN qualification that meets the minimum requirements of the Care Act 2014 as “specialist training to carry out assessment of people who are deafblind” for non-complex cases.