The Mental Capacity Act is all about making decisions and is the Law. Some people can make decisions about their lives and others can make some decisions but not all. As professionals we need to ensure that people have the right support to make as many decisions as possible. During this training session, all participants will investigate the Mental Capacity Act in more detail, look at enabling people to make decisions, acting in best interest and as a last resort the process of applying for DoLS. It is suitable for all staff as the MCA states that care workers must have an awareness of the Act.
Care Quality Health Training - Newton with Scales, Preston, Lancashire.
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To give all participants an awareness of the Mental Capacity Act, what it means, how to make a best interest decision and as a last resort the application of DoLS.
The course content:
The course is divided into six modules and includes an assessment at the end:
• The MCA
• Assessment of mental capacity
• Carrying out best interest
• Advanced decisions and LPA
• Professional duties
• DoLS awareness and procedure
A certificate of attendance is awarded on completion of the course; this is subject to satisfaction of the instructor and at the end of the course assessments..
Course fee: £150 including a maximum of 12 staff members