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Course name Legal training 1 - Consent, capacity and information sharing
Course dates and times
  • Date: 23 November 2021
  • Time: 9.00am to 1.00pm
Course information

This course aims to provide delegates with an advanced knowledge of safeguarding legal training and is relevant for practitioners working to safeguard adults and children.

This session will be delivered by Bevan Brittan LLP.

Please note: The presentations are not legal advice and information within the training will be general in nature. It is not intended to apply to specific circumstances. Therefore, it should not be regarded as constituting, or relied upon as, legal advice.

Target group

This course will be relevant to all professionals and their managers who working directly with children/young people and/or their parents/carers and vulnerable adults/adults at risk to assist in understanding consent, capacity and information sharing.

Aims and objectives

  • To be able to explain consent
  • To be able to explain Gillick competence
  • To be able to explore who should assess capacity
  • To be able to demonstrate preparation for assessing capacity
  • To identify the documentation for assessing capacity
  • To be able to explain fluctuating capacity
  • To be able to explain “relevant information” for particular decisions
  • To be able to explore the potential limitations of the presumption of capacity and positive duties to undertake capacity assessments
  • To be able to identify key principles in information sharing for safeguarding
Price

£80

This charge will apply if your agency is required to pay.

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Booking information

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