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A 2 - 3hr course to update Local Back Care Links in relation to knowledge to undertake their roleEssential Information
|Session||Session Date||Session Time||Session Venue||Map|
|1||24 February 2021||10:00 - 12:30||Paulsgrove Housing Office (Discovery Training Room)||Map|
This course will provide an essential introduction to the Mosaic system, covering the essential skills you will need to navigate the system and maintain client records.
This session will be held online using Microsoft Teams - a link to the online meeting will be attached to the booking confirmation email.
Social Care Law Update Training for Social Work Practitioners and Managers:
Care Act 2014
• The importance of individual well-being
• The rights of self-funders
• What is a lawful assessment process (R(JF) v Merton )
• The legality of the funding panel
• When must advocacy be provided (R(SG) v Haringey )
• The “Luke Davey case”
Mental Capacity Act 2005
• The capacity assessment
• Best interests and the importance of wishes and feelings
• What happens when past & present wishes and feelings conflict?
• Best wishes and religious practices
• Private law v public law – funding decisions and best interests
Transition from Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards to Liberty Protection Safeguards
• What can be authorised by the new scheme?
• Who is the responsible body?
• The required assessments
• New professional roles
• The safeguards
• Wider reforms of the MCA
• Next steps
This event, for all new, permanent starters at PCC, forms a foundation for you as you start your employment with PCC.
The event provides you with key information on:
This will be delived as an online interactive session that encourages you to explore your experience of PCC so far and your expectations going forward and there will be plenty of opportunities for discussion and Q&A.
Please note, if you are returning to PCC after a period away, you don't need to attend the event.Essential Information
This is an online workshop with 3 sessions aimed at introducing practitioners and managers to digital professionalism and its ethical, practical, professional and legal implications for practice.
This module raises participants’ awareness and offers a nuanced understanding of professional boundaries in changing practice context. This workshop offers a number of practical and reflective tools to think about and assess one’s online identity, boundaries and behaviour. The workshop will also examine the meaning of due diligence vis-à-vis people’s human rights and privacy and the ethical balance between the two. Furthermore, the workshop will examine online evidence and questions around traceability, sourcing, reliability, validity and admissibility of evidence and its inclusion in case notes and reports.Essential Information