Oliver McGowan Mandatory Training
The training is named after Oliver McGowan, whose death shone a light on the need for health
and social care staff to have better training. You can find out more about Oliver’s Campaign here.
The aim of the Oliver McGowan mandatory training is to ensure that staff working in health and social care receive learning disability and autism training, at the right level for their role. They will have a better understanding of people’s needs, resulting in better services and improved health and wellbeing outcomes.
Care Capabilities Framework for Supporting People with a Learning Disability
This workshop links directly to the Core Capabilities Framework for Supporting People with a Learning Disability commissioned by Health Education England. The framework can be found here