OASiS Training can provide the following active learning sessions:


  • Safeguarding Adults
  • Mental Capacity Act 2005 and Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards 2007
  • Autism Awareness - Relevant to QCF unit Level 2
  • Understanding Autism - Relevant to QCF unit Level 3
  • Equality and Diversity
  • Promoting Positive Values and Attitudes
  • Communication and Sensory Loss
  • Health Action Planning
  • Dementia Awareness
  • Substance Abuse Awareness
  • Introduction to Learning Disabilities
  • Introduction to Supported Living
  • Report Writing and Record Keeping
  • Supervision and Appraisals
  • Infection Control
  • Personal Assistant Training - please ask for details
  • First Aid - Basic, Emergency First Aid at Work* and First Aid at Work*
  • Bespoke – Service specific topics prepared to meet your requirements 

Prices are subject to negotiation and will be based on half day (3hrs) and full day (6hrs – e.g. 1 x 6hrs, 2 x 3hrs)


*These courses incur additional costs for – books, assessment and certification

Emergency First Aid at Work (1 day) - £65.00 per person

First Aid at Work (3 day) - £150.00 per person

First Aid at Work requalification (2day) – £120.00 per person

Minimum of 6 and maximum of 12 delegates per First Aid session / course.

For all other courses a maximum of 15 delegates.


Please note –

Prices are exclusive of venue hire.


Examples of course content


Safeguarding Adults – (Awareness and Refresher) 3hrs

Revised course content (mapped to Standards 10 and 11 of the Care Certificate):

  • Background including No Secrets
  • History of abuse in care settings 
  • Multi-Agency Safeguarding Adults Policy 
  • Local Authority Policy / Procedure / Process 
  • Current legislation and Guidance
  • Categories of abuse 
  • Signs and indicators of abuse
  • Responsibilities of the worker 
  • Internal and external reporting policies and procedures 
  • Safeguarding Children  - signposting 


Mental Capacity Act 2005 and DoLS Awareness – 3hrs

This course is designed to:

  • Look at when and why the Mental Capacity Act was implemented
  • Explore the workers understanding of  ‘capacity’
  • Look at everyday situations – conflicts and dilemmas
  • Explain the 2 stage test of capacity
  • Explore  the 5 statutory principles
  • Cover ‘best interest’ decisions
  • Discuss additional elements relevant to the workers role 
  • Introduce Case Law leading to the implementation of DoLS
  • Identify who DoLS applies to
  • Advise on recent High Court ruling
  • Explore Best interest or DoLS?
  • Explain the DoLS authorisation process
  • Look at associated paperwork

Located in:


North Somerset

Get in touch:

If you have any queries or wish to discuss your requirements - 

Please call Debra on

07910 301 380

or email


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