This award-winning professional course has been designed to provide the skills and knowledge to practice independent advocacy. The skills and knowledge acquired through this course will be transferable, enabling learners from a range of disciplines to employ the principles and practices of independent advocacy in a variety of settings.
You will learn more about the purpose and principles of independent advocacy, the advocacy relationship, how to develop and maintain the advocacy relationship and how to represent the voice of others.
This course will run on a first-come-first-served basis and is highly popular.
08th March 21
15th March 21
22nd March 21
29th March spring break
05th April spring break
12th April 21 (Assessment part 1)
19th April 21
26th April 21 (Assessment part 2)
You can opt to attend these lectures on campus or join via teams!