Unit 313: Providing Independent Advocacy to Support the Care Act 2014 - Advocacy Training

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C&G QIA Unit 313 Course, delivered by Val

I now have a much greater understanding of my roles and responsibilities. Excellent tutor. I felt able to ask questions without feeling I was being stupid!

C&G QIA Unit 313 Course, delivered by Val

The level of knowledge of the tutor was excellent and answers to questions were comprehensive

C&G QIA Unit 313 Course, delivered by Val

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C&G QIA Unit 313 Course, delivered by Val

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C&G QIA Unit 313 Course, delivered by Val

The tutor support was clear and supportive, adapting to individual ability

C&G QIA Unit 313 Course, delivered by Caroline

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C&G QIA Unit 313 Course, delivered by Val

The group tasks were fun and the tutor was very good and very knowledgeable

C&G QIA Unit 313 Course, delivered by Caroline

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

Supports learners to develop practical skills and knowledge required to provide Independent Advocacy as introduced within the Care Act 2014.

There are five learning outcomes for this unit:

  • Outcome 1: Understand the purpose, the main provision and the principles of the Care Act 2014
  • Outcome 2: Understand legislation which affects the provision of independent advocacy under the Care Act 2014
  • Outcome 3: Understand the role of the advocate as required by the Care Act 2014
  • Outcome 4: Be able to provide independent advocacy support under the Care Act 2014
  • Outcome 5: Be able to raise concerns and challenge decisions made by the local authority as required by the Care Act 2014

 

Please note: our City & Guilds Units 301 through to 310 & 313 are ‘competency-based’ i.e. assessed by producing a portfolio of evidence to meet the learning outcomes. You therefore must be working as a Care Act advocate to draw from your current practice for your portfolio of evidence. The qualification is suitable for both new and experienced Care Act advocates.

 

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 only these units for continuing professional development (CPD), where no assessed work is required. You do not need to be working in independent advocacy to attend for CPD. To do this costs £120.00 per person per day. No VAT.

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.