Best practice in learning disability and autism training event from Skills for Care
'Best practice in learning disability and autism training' is a free event being held on 27th March in Norwich. It is for learning providers and learning and development teams in adult social care organisations that support people with a learning disability and/or autistic people.
This event will share the latest updates, resources and funding opportunities to keep you up-to-date with best practice in training for services that are used by people with a learning disability and autistic people.
The event will include information about:
- mandatory learning disability and mandatory autism training
- Core Capabilities Framework for Supporting Autistic People (new Nov 2019)
- Core Capabilities Framework for Supporting People with a Learning Disability (updated Nov 2019)
- Care Certificate clusters about learning disabilities and autism
- learning from a pilot project testing a peer review process for positive behavioural support (PBS) training
- apprenticeship levy and Workforce Development Fund
- Skills for Care endorsement
- how to keep up-to-date with developments in the sector and the implications for learning providers.
You’ll learn about the latest best practice and get up-to-date information to help you to review your current training materials and identify improvements, to ensure that your training meets current standards.
It will also explore what it means for providers to specialise in delivering learning to services for people with a learning disability and/or autistic people.
Who should attend?
- Learning providers that deliver training about learning disabilities and autism to health and social care organisations
- Learning providers that are interested in offering training about learning disabilities and autism
- Learning providers that specialise in providing to services for people with a learning disability and/or autistic people
- Learning and development/in-house training teams in adult social care organisations