Transitions training course
When a young person turns eighteen, their local authority may be required to provide transitional support to help them into adulthood. This training is ideal for social care staff, health and housing workers and organisations providing care.
Our CPD-accredited course gives participants an understanding of duties and requirements to support young people in transition, as outlined by the Care Act.
- principles and processes of effective transition
- national and local context
- legislative framework
- continuity of care after age 18
- Children and Families Act 2014 and SEN (Special Educational Needs) reform
- Care Act 2014 transition assessments: duties, timing, expectations, carers and cooperation;
- seldom heard groups
- consent and capacity
Course attendees will:
- understand duties and requirements under the Care Act in relation to transitions
- reflect on information and advice in relation to their role and local area
- learn where to look for resources on this topic
Who should attend?
Social care and health staff working in local authorities, organisations providing care and support, voluntary organisations, housing and children’s services. This includes social workers, social work team leaders frontline care staff, registered managers, OTs, nurses, clinical staff, housing officers, carers.
Transitions training course is delivered over one day.
CPD Standards Office accredited course ref no 60036/28.
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This is a sample training course outline. It is based on approximately 25 delegates, trained at your premises. It can be adapted to your organisation’s training and CPD requirements.
Book a place on an open course
We occasionally deliver this training course as a one day open access classroom course on selected dates. These courses are designed for individuals or small groups to attend.
There are currently no scheduled training dates.
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