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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

Unit 201 Introduction to the Purpose and Role of an Independent Advocate

This City & Guilds Level 2 Unit award is a knowledge-based unit, which gives a general introduction and overview of independent advocacy and the role of the independent advocate. The requirements are attendance at a one day course followed by an assessment a submission of two pieces of written work

Course Aim:

This unit aims to provide learners with an understanding of what Independent Advocacy is and the principles which underpin good practice.

The four learning outcomes are:

1 - understand the principles of Independent Advocacy

2 - understand the role of the Independent Advocate

3 - understand communication methods used in Independent Advocacy

4 - understand equality, diversity and inclusion

This unit will be of interest to volunteer advocates, trustees of independent advocacy organisations with no previous independent advocacy experience, administration staff, people who work alongside advocacy, people who want to have a general understanding of independent advocacy or who wish to become an advocate.

This course can also be taken as a professional development course without accreditation so that the training day is attended but no written work submitted or assessed.

If you would like to discuss in-house training options with us for this accredited one day course, please call on 0330 440 9000, email info@advocacytraining.org.uk or contact us via our Contact Form and we will be happy to help.

For the next upcoming course dates and to book, please see our Calendar of Training.