Mental Capacity Act 2005
Are you certain that the decisions you are making are in the best interests of the people in your care; especially when they are vulnerable? Are you up to speed on where the law stands regarding these decisions?
The Mental Capacity Act 2005 outlines the things you need to research, consider and assess before you make choices based on mental capacity.
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The course is very engaging and educative. The scenarios help greatly in the understanding of the course.
It helped to refresh knowledge about issues relating to protection of vulnerable adults.
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Very informative, correct duration and depth of information – good to have links to supporting documents.
I really enjoyed the way the course was set up, I found the sequence and combination of learning and testing very helpful.
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