Did you know that a child can be privately fostered by someone who is not a close relative, for a period of 28 days or longer?
Learn about the process and legislation for private fostering, and the duty of parents, private foster carers and the local authority with regards to private fostering, in this short course.
4 reviews for Private Fostering
Well done. This course was very clear and well thought-out.
Good information and thoroughly explained course. Gives good general insight into the issue.
Thank you. This course was excellent and I learnt a great deal.
Brilliant course on Private Fostering. I will recommend this course to my colleagues.
I really enjoyed the course and the way that it is set out is a great way of learning.
This was a fun and intuitive way to learn.
It’s very user friendly and clear. I find the multi-sensory medium very helpful.
Good informative course.
The Care Act 2014 (along with its subsequent updates) provides a single legal framework for charging for care and support. It enables local authorities to decide whether or not to charge a person for their care and support needs or for a carer’s support needs. The new Care Act assessment framework has been designed to make charging fairer and more clearly understood by everyone. Understanding it properly is essential if you work with people in need, whether in the public, private or charity sectors.£15.00 Per license (Exc VAT) Add to basket
A duty of care is “A moral or legal obligation to ensure the safety or well-being of others”. It’s an obligation well understood by employers and parents – and in health and social care it’s of particular importance. This short course will prepare you for all the different factors you need to consider when you your health or social care role includes an explicit duty of care.£10.00 Per license (Exc VAT) Add to basket
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