Health and social care practitioners must navigate a complex ethical and legal environment which demands both respect for client autonomy and the protection of vulnerable persons. Essex Autonomy Project Workplace Training provides advanced on-site training on current research, legal developments and the ethical issues surrounding the idea of autonomy in professional contexts.
What do the training days include?
Each workplace training session includes legal briefings, overview of the latest research and collaborative exploration of case study material. Each training day is designed to be an interactive and informative forum for exploring the ethical challenges that arise in professional practice. Sessions can contribute to CPD portfolios and can be tailored to fit local training and development requirements.
Where does the training take place?
The Essex Autonomy Project training is work-place based, so the training will be delivered on-site at your place of work. We travel to all corners of the UK delivering training, but can also host training days here at the University of Essex. If you are based in Essex or Suffolk and would like the EAP to lead a staff away day here in Colchester please contact us.
How many people can attend?
In order to facilitate discussion and informal exchange, we recommend that a maximum of twenty five people attend each session.
Who leads the training?
Sessions are led by teaching and research staff from the Essex Autonomy Project.
For information about fees, to book or discuss work-place training please email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Essex Autonomy Project sessions I have attended have been extremely enlightening, the presentations have been excellent and it’s been a fantastic opportunity to collaborate and exchange ideas with other participants. It’s been one of the most thought-provoking and reflective sessions I have attended in recent times.