Practice training courses

Ensure your workforce is up to date and compliant with the latest training in legislation and professional practice. Our selection of courses provides the knowledge, skills and practical abilities needed to comply with practice based guidance on a range of safeguarding and governance issues.

Below is a list of all the training packages Enable East provides focused on practice based development. Click on a title to view more information about each course. Alternatively you can view our entire Training Brochure

 

Mental Capacity Act/Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards (MCA/DoLs)

We all make choices everyday, some good, some not so good – but this is all part of the way in which we develop the skills to take more control of our own lives.

Download the ‘MCA/DoLS’ information sheet

 

Information Governance

Informs and helps staff to understand their responsibilities in identifying and dealing with sensitive, person-identifiable data.

Download the ‘Information Governance’ information sheet

 

Equality and Diversity

Enabling your organisation to promote respect for all persons irrelevant of their age, race, colour, sexual orientation, spiritual or political beliefs

Download the ‘Equality and Diversity’ information sheet

 

Chaperoning

Chaperoning is an effective way of managing and maintaining professional boundaries and of managing relations with patients.

Download the ‘Chaperoning’ information sheet

 

Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults

Safeguarding is fundamental to high-quality health and social care. It means protecting health, well-being and human rights, and enabling people to live free from harm, abuse and neglect.

Download the ‘Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults’ information sheet

 

Safeguarding Children

Safeguarding is fundamental to high-quality health and social care. It means protecting health, well-being and human rights, and enabling people to live free from harm, abuse and neglect.

Download the ‘Safeguarding Children’ information sheet

 

Care Act 2014 – Carers

The Care Act 2014 ensures local authorities have a responsibility to assess a carer’s needs for support, and take action to reduce those needs for support where possible. For the first time, carers are being recognised in the law in the same way as those they care for.This course explores the implications of the Care Act 2014 in relation to the needs and risks of carers, looking at the changes now in place to ensure that their rights are equivalent to those they are caring for.

Download the ‘Care Act 2014 – Carers’ information sheet

 

Care Act 2014 – Safeguarding Adults

The Care Act 2014 introduces major reforms to the legal framework for adult care and support in England – to the duties of local authorities, to the rights of those in need of care and support and their carers, and to the funding system for care and support.

Download the ‘Care Act 2014 – Safeguarding Adults’ information sheet

 

Overview of the Care Act 2014

This course highlights the implications of the Care Act 2014 for health and non-statutory organisations. The Act brings care and support legislation together into a single act with a new well-being principle at its heart.

Download the ‘Overview of the Care Act 2014’ information sheet

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