Section 1: The importance of the Mental Capacity Act (2005)
This first section covers how the Mental Capacity Act (2005) empowers people to make decisions for themselves and protects people who lack capacity, as well as why effective communication is important when working with a person who may lack capacity, amongst other topics.
Section 2: Key elements of the Mental Capacity Act (2005)
This section explores the five statutory principles included in the Mental Capacity Act (2005), as well as how the Act gives legal protection to workers providing care and treatment for individuals who lack capacity, amongst other topics.
Section 3: Restraint
The final section covers that range of actions that amount to restraint, the factors which make restraint lawful under the Mental Capacity Act (2005), and the actions that are necessary to ensure that a person is lawfully ‘deprived of their liberty’.
The benefits of this course include:
Learn from your own home, in your own time
Access to award-winning learning and assessment materials
CPD Mental Capacity Act (CPD Certified)
There are no formal entry requirements for this course. All candidates must be at least 16 years old.
Your final assessment is included in the cost and can be taken online. Upon successful completion, your certificate will be emailed you directly.