Acting lawfully and ethically under Coronavirus Act 2020 (England)

Public course: £45 + VAT
In-house course: call for details
Duration: 2 hours

During the current pandemic, health and social care professionals will be required to make many difficult and far reaching decisions. The Coronavirus Act 2020 provides a new legal framework which health and social care professionals must be compliant with.

In order to assist practitioners to make decisions lawfully and ethically and to feel more confident in their decision-making, we have created an intensive short course focusing on the practical application of the Act.

If you operate in Wales, please visit the Acting lawfully and ethically under Coronavirus Act 2020 (Wales) course webpage

If you operate in Northern Ireland, please visit the Acting lawfully and ethically under Coronavirus Act 2020 (Northern Ireland) course webpage

Course Overview
 
During a practical Virtual Classroom, delegates will acquire a better understanding of the Act, and if the emergency measures contained within the Act are triggered, how they layer on top of existing legislation, reviewing which parts of pre-existing legislation will or will NOT be suspended. The need for good record keeping to defend the difficult decisions made will also be considered.

Aims

The training session will cover:

  • Current Legal and Ethical Framework
  • A summary of the Coronavirus Act 2020
  • The Human Rights implications
  • Impact on Children and Adults
  • Where Safeguarding sits
  • Record keeping and defendable decision making

Key Learning Outcomes

  • Identify the key aspects of the Coronavirus Act 2020 and how it impacts on Health and Social Care
  • Recognise how the Act impacts on existing legislation relevant to children, adults and staff in Health and Social Care
  • Locate where safeguarding sits within the legal and ethical framework
  • Identify top tips for record keeping for defendable decision making
  • Apply the knowledge gained to day to day practice
  • Identify best practice in applying knowledge and skills to discharge their duty of care to promote human rights and protect children, adults and staff

If you operate in Wales, please visit the Acting lawfully and ethically under Coronavirus Act 2020 (Wales) course webpage

If you operate in Northern Ireland, please visit the Acting lawfully and ethically under Coronavirus Act 2020 (Northern Ireland) course webpage

When: Wedensday 27 May 2020 - 2pm
Duration: 2 hrs
Price: £45+VAT

Why is there a charge?

We understand that health and social care professionals are under enormous pressure at the moment and we would like to thank you for the job you do (in anytime) but especially during times of crisis and national emergency.

We are doing our small part to assist, guide and encourage them in acting lawfully and ethically towards all of those that they provide care towards to help them arrive at, and record defendable decision making. This course has been marketed at the lowest price in order for us to continue supporting the relevant contractors, self-employed and employees to actually deliver the course.

Tailored sessions

As well as delivering these courses for individuals to book on, we are also arranging closed sessions for organisations. This allows us to deliver more tailored sessions allowing us to focus on:

  • Professionals working with Children
  • Professionals working with Adults
  • Professionals working in Mental Health
  • Provider Organisations

We understand that ‘normal hours’ may be difficult, so our team are on hand to deliver sessions early morning, during evenings and over weekends to assist with shift patterns and urgent frontline work.

If you would like to discuss or arrange a session for your organisation please call the office on 020 7549 2549.

 

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If you have 4 or more colleagues interested in this course it may be more cost effective to run the training In-house at your organisation. To discuss this further please please call us on +44 (0) 0207 549 2549 or contact us via email

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