When and how to undertake a human rights assessment (adults)
Develop your knowledge and skills to carry out a human rights assessment for an adult with no recourse to public funds, when this is required to determine whether care and support (including accommodation) can be provided under the Care Act 2014, or equivalent legislation.
Who it's for
Local authority legal officers
Other professionals who advise on, undertake, or oversee human rights assessments
It is recommended that delegates have either attended our course,' Introduction to social services' support for people with no recourse to public funds', or have prior knowledge of immigration terminology and when social services' duties are engaged to provide care and support (including accommodation) to adults who have no recourse to public funds.
What you’ll learn
When a human rights assessment is required
Key steps to follow when undertaking a human rights assessment
Possible outcomes for the adult following a human rights assessment
Best practice in case management and service delivery
Introduction to Schedule 3 of the Nationality, Immigration and Asylum Act 2002
Human rights assessment process
Human rights assessments for European Economic Area (EEA) nationals
Accessing immigration advice
Commission this course
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