Mental Capacity Act (MCA) 2005
Mental Capacity Act training is required in many sectors including the care sector. This course deals with the mental capacity act 2005 in a clear and simple approach. Providing learners with an understanding of the fundamentals of the Mental Capacity Act framework.
- Organisations and staff who work with vulnerable adults in a Hospital setting, staff in care and support services.
- Health Professionals in a community setting who manage and/or participate in the process of MCA.
On completion of the course, staff will be able to:
- Appreciate the central principles of the Act and their relevance to clinical practice.
- Understand how the Act can provide for future decision-making in the event of a person losing his/her decision-making capacity.
- Understand how the Act can provide for substitute decision-making in the event of a person's incapacity to make a specific decision when it is required.
- Recognise how the Act informs clinical practice more generally across both health and social care settings.
- Understand the role of the Office of the Public Guardian and the Court of Protection.
- Basic / Intermediate
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- 1 Day
I enjoyed the inter-activeness of the sessions.
Mental capacity act Training I would recommend this to everyone.
A serious subject done professionally but with some fun.
We found discussing relevant case studies and scenarios based on our residents extremely interesting and relevant.