Supported Decision Making (Dignity of Risk) Blended Learning

  • Training
  • Online

Website PHI

Because everyone deserves to feel safe and supported

Are you unsure how to balance a client’s dignity of risk with your duty of care?
This is the essential workshop to give you the confidence to support clients to take risks and live the life they choose, whilst meeting your duty of care as an aged care or disability service provider. Learn how to support informed decision making and document client choice in a way that is legally defensible and complies with NDIS and Aged Care quality standards.

Blended learning combines a foundational e-Learning module with a virtual Face to Face (F2F) session over Zoom.

How it works:

10 days prior to the Live training date you will receive the eLearning invite. At the completion of the eLearning module, you will receive a certificate for Part 1, the handout required for Part 2, and the Zoom link to join the workshop on the advertised date

Duration: e-Learning module of 45-60 minutes + 1.5hr Zoom session

Recommended for: Coordinators and Managers, Quality and Risk Management staff, Staff responsible for supporting consumer choice and dignity of risk

Workshop includes:

Part – 1: e-learning- laying the foundations – access is given 10 days prior to the live training as a link to EasyGenerator (PHI’s LMS)

This section lays the foundation for the live training that follows. Be sure to watch the short videos and answer the related quizzes. It is designed to assist your learning and you will need to achieve 100% to successfully move to the live training.

Download your certificate plus the handout and zoom link for the Live Online Training (Zoom)

Part – 2: live interactive training (LOT – 1.5Hrs) – using the skills

After successful completion of Part-1: e-learning, you receive a link to book into the interactive workshop with a PHI facilitator.

This live online workshop will help transform the knowledge gained from Part 1 into useable skills.