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This training is aimed at all Foster Carers regardless of their experience of allegations and will benefit new and experienced Foster Carers. The course aims to ensure that Foster Carers remain aware of the potential for an allegation to be made against them and what measures they can take to minimise the risk. It also covers the typical expectations for Foster Carers in the event of an allegation.
This course will enable participants to understand the differences between an allegation, complaint or standards of care concern raised about them.
They will be able to understand the processes involved in these situations along with the relevant legislation and National Minimum Standards and be able to learn how they can minimise the chances of being involved in these types of situations.Essential Information
This course is for Foster Carers, SGO carers and adoptive partents. It will help participants to have an understand of their support of children and young people with learning disabilities and additional needs.Essential Information
Following the consultation within the framework for the EYFS this new 1 or 2 day PFA (Paediatric Emergency First Aid) course is designed to allow child care settings to have a mixture of staff trained in first aid for children and infants.
Who is the course suitable for?
This new course is for all newly qualified and current people who work in an early years setting, nurseries, preschools and schools and foster carers.
MCA DoLs /Awareness of LPS new legislation delivered by St Thomas Training
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The half day training session will give participants an overall understanding of how the Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards (“DoLS”) apply to their day-to-day work settings.
NB: participants need to understand that a House of Lords report, followed by a Supreme Court judgement, both of which were published in March 2014, have fundamentally altered what DoLS are all about. Therefore this session is relevant even if you have previously attended DoLS training.
To give participants an understanding of how the new Liberty Protection Safeguards will apply to their work settings, and to examine what changes they need to make in order to manage the transition from DoLS to LPS. NB: At the time of writing this outline the Code of Practice, and various regulations, are still to be finalised with the implementation of LPS now delayed until April 2022.
Who should attend?
Social workers, care managers, independent support assistants and occupational therapists. It is essential for all participants to have a good understanding of the Mental Capacity Act 2005 prior to attending .