- £90 (ARC Members)
- £120 (Non-members)
This workshop is for managers of services for adults with learning disabilities and autistic adults. The workshop takes a values-led approach to positive risk management, underlining the importance of taking sensitively managed risk as a human rights issue and as a prime learning tool.
The workshop is discussion-based, using a series of case studies to work through practical issues.
It is designed to meet the CQC definition of an outstanding service in relation to risk management [KLOE S2]:
“There is a transparent and open culture that encourages creative thinking in relation to people’s safety. The service seeks out current best practice and uses learning from this to drive improvement. People are enabled to take positive risks to maximise their control over their care and support.”
By the end of the workshop learners will be able to:
Online modules are on Zoom with an experienced tutor. The online sessions are highly interactive and comprise tutor input, discussions, small group work and reflections on assignments.
Learners will receive a full suite of handouts in advance to guide their learning.
On completion of our ARC Evaluation Form we will be happy to issued a certificate of attendance
For more information about this workshop or to discuss your requirements, please get in touch:
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