A module designed for practitioners working in health, social care, advocacy, and community organisations who currently or may potentially work with people with Huntington’s disease. The course would also be of relevance to those working with younger people with other types of dementia.
The Certificate programme is suitable for frontline staff working in adult services across health and social care who need to understand and work with the array of policy and legislation aimed at supporting people to lead full and independent lives while also - protecting adults who are at risk of harm. The programme may also be relevant for first-line managers or those with responsibility for staff training and development in adult services.
The Certificate in Child Welfare and Protection is a vital programme for professionals working with vulnerable children, young people and their families. The modules are designed for inter-disciplinary learning and may be appropriate for staff working in a broad range of roles and settings.
The Certificate is appropriate for frontline managers and supervisors working in diverse roles and specialisms. Participants on the course may come from a health, social work, education, occupational therapy or housing background and may be working in residential, day services or fieldwork settings.