PELT: Introduction to MCA and Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards (Hoylake, 5/6/20)

Postponed from 30/4/20 to 5/6/20 owing to the coronavirus pandemic. "Intensive introduction to all those who need a basic understanding of the MCA and DOLS. Identifying the ‘decision maker’ as the person responsible for the outcome of that particular decision is the key to lawful decision making on behalf of those who lack capacity. Realising that depriving a person of their liberty removes the legal protection given to decision makers unless the deprivation is ‘prescribed by law’ catches many people out." Trainer: Peter Edwards. Venue: The Training Suite, Peter Edwards Law, Hoylake CH47 2AE. Times: 10am to 3.30pm. Price: £175 plus VAT (£210). See PELT website for further information and booking details.

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Date: 5/6/20🔍

Provider: Peter Edwards Law Training🔍

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