Two- day course for Allied Health professionals, Rehabilitation managers, Case managers, Occupational Health professionals
Relevant to all areas of physical and mental health practice
Enhance your practice with a working understanding of employment law and the Equality Act 2010 provisions on disability to build confidence to support clients with long term health conditions decide whether and when to disclose a disability and seek support to achieve reasonable adjustments at work. Understand the breadth of those protected under the Act and empower clients (employees/employers) with this knowledge to secure rights and adherence to responsibilities in the workplace. Learn about workplace policies and procedures operating at work to help employees and employers to negotiate these effectively and achieve disability sensitive outcomes.
This interactive course builds skills and knowledge into our VR practice assisting in case management skills and job retention outcomes.
Led by Kathleen Bolt, mediator and lawyer who specialised in employment and equality law alongside the clinical expertise of an accredited work specialist Occupational Therapist leading in vocational rehabilitation practice, this course generates excellent feedback.
“This course is one of the best courses I have ever done”
“I feel much more confident in exploring work issues with clients”
“10/10- very useful”
NEXT TRAINING DATES:
London Ealing: 4th & 5th May 2017
Glasgow Grand Central Hotel: 8th & 9th May 2017
Course fee: £295/2 days