Becoming a Moral Practitioner
- Level(s) of Study: Practitioner / Short course
- Start Date(s): 8 November 2023 / 10 November 2023
- Duration: 3 hours pre-session activity (online); one day in person (6 hours); 3 hours post-session activity (online)
- Study Mode(s): Short course
- Campus: Clifton Campus
This course reflects the importance of working with adults in terms of best interest or deprivation of liberty in a fashion that is not only professional but also ethically sound. Aimed at Social Workers, Nurses, Occupational Therapists and Chartered Psychologist who want to prepare for the role of Best Interest Assessor (BIA) this course enables practitioners from different professional backgrounds to apply their own codes of practice whilst examining their own ethical stance when working with patients/client in terms of best interest and deprivation of liberty.
On completion of this course and the three others that make up the suite, you will be in a strong position to train as a BIA on the course offered by the University and your prior learning will be recognised.
The other courses in this suite
Learn through a blended format of online and in-person teaching. You'll be on campus for one day, with time required for pre-session and post-session activity.
Take your learning into practice as you understand ethical models and theories and how to apply them to your own practice.