Introduction – MCA and Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards.
|Date||March 3, 2021|
|Price includes||Course materials|
This is an intensive introduction to all those who need a basic understanding of the MCA and DOLS. Identifying the ‘decision maker’ as the person responsible for the outcome of that particular decision is the key to lawful decision making on behalf of those who lack capacity. Realising that depriving a person of their liberty removes the legal protection given to decision makers unless the deprivation is ‘prescribed by law’ catches many people out. Not knowing what you don’t know promotes risky practice.
Comments from previous course delegates
“Very informative, highlights how subjective the MCA can be”
“This is the 2nd course I have attended and I am booked onto a 3rd. Thoroughly enjoyed the day and learnt a lot, would definitely recommend”
“The course is extremely informative, it will enable me to use knowledge I have gained to cascade the information to my colleagues” “Very good day, very informative”
“Very interesting day. Excellent presentations and knowledge of subject”
“Lots of information which was good. Good to have a trainer who knows his stuff. Enjoyed it – Thank you”
“Enthusiastic, engaging speaker, very enjoyable day, wouldn’t change any part- liked the pace and coverage of the day”
“Presentation and content was good, Peter was excellent and I will attend one of these courses again”
“I hope I get to go to more of Peter’s courses”
Content (10.00am – 3.30pm)
|Terms & conditions||Substitutes welcome. No transfers or cancellations within 14 days. Prior to this 20% administration charge. PELT right to cancel course. Accreditation. For solicitors (5∙00 hours - SRA). For psychiatrists (5 CPD points - Royal College of Psychiatrists) as part of a Personal Development Plan (subject to peer group approval).|
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