Supporting and Supervising Welfare Guardians

Monday  23 January  2017  9:30 AM    Monday  23 January  2017 12:30 PM
Save Saved
Last update 24/01/2017
  3

Designed for: Adult Services Social Workers; Care Managers and Mental Health Officers who have the statutory responsibility to support and supervise welfare guardianships

 

Learning Outcomes:

 

  • Explore Local Authority legislative duties and responsibilities
  • Explore how to work effectively to support guardians
  • Explore how to work effectively to supervise guardians

 

Evaluation methods: Staff learning forms

 

Links:

      Policies

  • Adults with Incapacity (Scotland) Act 200
  • Rights Risks and Limits to Freedom
  • Mental Welfare Commission reports and publications

 

      CLF

  • Managing relationships: Empowering people; Working in partnership; Leadership; Empathy; Dealing with conflict

 

  • Managing self: Professional autonomy; Lifelong learning; Flexibility; Confidence; Resilience; Accurate self-assessment; Awareness of impact on others; Awareness of wider context

Nearby hotels and apartments
Frederick Street Training Centre
65 Frederick Street, Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, United Kingdom
Frederick Street Training Centre
65 Frederick Street, Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, United Kingdom