EVERYDAY PRACTICE: PROJECTS & TRAINING Events & Trainings Registered providers: Understanding the CQC's human rights approach to regulation Registered providers: the CQC's human rights approach to regulation Places are filling up fast - get yours by booking a ticket below! Did you know the CQC launched a human rights approach to regulation? "Our human rights approach will apply whether we are regulating adult social care services, hospitals, primary medical services or carrying out other regulatory functions – such as joint inspections of children's services, prison health services or themed work that crosses organisational boundaries. It applies whether we are registering services or inspecting services." Care Quality Commission (2017) BIHR developed and delivered the CQC's learning programme to support staff, including registration and inspections teams to implement the human rights approach. We are now able to offer a one-day course for registered providers. This course will enable providers to better understand: The background to the CQC's human rights approach Unconscious bias in health and social care and how to mitigate this The relevance of human rights in health and social care Key equalities legislation How to make the links to the Health and Social Care Act and the CQC Standards Tips and tools for your practice in demonstrating good human rights practice This courses are suitable for: Nominated Individuals Registered Managers Compliance Managers / Staff Practice Managers Owners Senior Staff and Team Members All participants will receive a pack of BIHR’s well respected resources including: Posters about the relevance of human rights for your service, including accessible version Posters about making rights-respecting decisions for your service A pack of 8 practitioners resources on Human Rights, Mental Capacity and Mental Health A pack of service user resources on human rights, including accessible version Places are strictly limited, book now to secure your spot! Booking for this event has now closed.