Mental Capacity Act 2005


Price is per online user of this course. EU applicable VAT added.

This comprehensive e-learning course comprises an introduction and six easy to follow study units. All the key aims and principles of this important legislation are covered, including the concepts of capacity and best interests, and the importance of the Code of Practice and how the courts become involved.

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Learning Objectives: at the end of the course, students will be able to:

  • Describe the key aims and principles of the Mental Capacity Act 2005
  • Explain the terms ‘best interest’ and ‘decision maker’
  • Describe the implications of the Bournewood case
  • Define the role of the Public Guardian
  • Explain what is meant by the Lasting Powers of Attorney (LPA) and differentiate between LPAs and Enduring Powers of Attorney (EPAs)
  • Define what is meant by lacking capacity
  • Specify who can assess people for capacity
  • Explain how to keep appropriate records in relation to assessing capacity
  • Explain what the Code of Practice is and the reasons for its establishment
  • Identify the role and duties of IMCAs
  • Describe the powers of the Court of Protection and Court-appointed Deputies

Price is per online user of this course, excluding VAT.

5% discount on purchases of 10 users or more. For purchases of 50 users or more please phone 0844 854 9218 to find out if larger discounts are available.

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