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Training

Please use these links to find out more about training.

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Please see course dates below and send booking form to info@advocacytraining.org.uk

All training courses will be in London

2017 Courses Date
   

Unit 201: Understanding the Purpose and role of an Independent Avocate: 1 Day

24th May

Unit 201: Understanding the Purpose and role of an Independent Avocate: 1 Day

7th November

Core Units 301-304: 2 Days

9th & 10th May

Core Units 301-304: 2 Days

3rd & 4th October

Unit 305: Independent Mental Capacity Advocacy (IMCA): 1 Day

21st June

Unit 306: Independent Mental Health Advocacy (IMHA): 1 Day

5th July

Unit 307: Advocacy Management: 2 Days 10th & 11th October
   
Unit 308: Providing Independent Advocacy to Adults: 1 Day 1st November
   
Unit 309: Young Person Advocacy: 1 Day 9th November
   
Unit 310: IMCA DoLS Advocacy: 1 Day 22nd June
   
Unit 313: Care Act Advocacy: 2 Days 13th & 14th June
   
New! QIA Assessment Study Day: 1 Day 6th September

Advocacy Training - Job Vacancies

 

Advocacy Training offer a wide range of specialist  training courses for accredited City & Guilds awards in Independent Advocacy. ( please click on our logo for further course details )All courses are designed for practitioners in the statutory provision of Mental Health, Mental Capacity , Deprivation of Liberty & Care Act services . We are committed to providing a high quality training and assessment experience for employers and their staff. We offer a learner driven relationship which coupled with our trainer & assessor  professional advice and guidance enables us to deliver training that has both a positive and required impact on advocacy services. AT Job Vacancies

We are looking to expand our C&G centre team & have ongoing vacancies for assessors & trainers.

 

Assessors

Candidates must have the following skills, experience and qualifications to be considered:

- Assessor Award TAQA, A1, D32/33 or equivalent

- Occupational experience within statutory Independent Advocacy

- Experience assessing vocational qualifications within the workplace

 

If you feel you meet the above criteria please apply with CV to val.ford@advocacytraining.org.uk

 

Location: UK : Mainly remote assessing with digital resources, some face to face depending on geographic location.

Salary:     Freelance & Negotiable

 

Trainers

Candidates must have the following skills, experience and qualifications to be considered:

- Teaching Qualification PTLLS or equivalent

- Occupational experience within statutory Independent Advocacy

- Experience in teaching and delivering specialist advocacy service competencies.

 

If you feel you meet the above criteria please apply with CV to val.ford@advocacytraining.org.uk

Location: UK : Mainly London, Birmingham & Bristol, additional venues across UK

Salary:      Freelance & Negotiable