Unit 308: Providing Independent Advocacy to Adults - Advocacy Training

Supports learners to develop the practical skills needed to provide Independent Advocacy to adults in a range of settings including: care homes, hospital wards, community settings, supported housing, prisons, day centres and police stations.

Very effective yet informal style by Caroline. I have learnt a great deal

C&G QIA Unit 308 Course, delivered by Caroline

I enjoyed the group work and discussions throughout the day, sharing information and experiences. The teaching and tutor support throughout has been very informative and enjoyable

C&G QIA Unit 308 course, delivered by Caroline

Excellent teaching and very open environment in which to discuss very relevant issues

C&G QIA Unit 308 Course, delivered by Rebecca

The group exercises/opportunities for discussion were very good. The tutor was excellent and very supportive

C&G QIA Unit 308 Course, delivered by Caroline

I was very impressed by your attention to the process of learning and the detailed guidance and support that you give

Feedback Post Visit by City & Guilds External Quality Assurer (EQA), May 2018

Complete this unit if you are currently working with adults in these settings or would like to learn more about this area.

There are seven learning outcomes for this unit:

  • Outcome 1: Be able to provide Independent Advocacy to adults
  • Outcome 2: Provide Independent Advocacy in a range of settings
  • Outcome 3: Be able to treat the adult receiving Independent Advocacy support as an individual
  • Outcome 4: Be able to support adults in meetings
  • Outcome 5: Know how to provide information on an individual’s rights
  • Outcome 6: Be able to support an individual to make a complaint
  • Outcome 7: Be able to respond to risk and abuse

 

Please note: our City & Guilds accredited Units 301 through to 310 & 313 are ‘competency-based’ i.e. assessed by producing a portfolio of evidence to meet the learning outcomes. 

You must be working as an independent advocate to draw from your current practice for your portfolio of evidence to achieve the City & Guilds standalone or full qualification in this area. 

 

Individual Units can be taken as stand-alone accredited courses. These cost £590.00 per person per unit, all costs included. NO VAT charged.

The full QIA package, completing the four Core Units plus one of the Specialist Units is £1,500.00 per person. No VAT.

Prices of accredited pathways include attendance at training, registration, course materials, 12 months assessor support and C&G certification.

You can also attend the training for continuing professional development, where no assessed work is required. This costs £120.00 per person per day. No VAT.

  • You do not need to be working in independent advocacy to attend for Continuing Professional Development (CPD).

 

To request a booking form visit the Book Now page and select the relevant course/date.

 

If you would like to discuss in-house training options with us for this accredited one day course (or as part of the full QIA package), for groups of 6-12 attendees per day, please email info@advocacytraining.org.uk or get in touch via the Contact Us form and we will be happy to help.

 

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