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This online, self-paced short course provides dementia-specific training for lawyers, with a focus on core knowledge and principles to guide effective and ethical professional practice. The course is based on the concept of a ‘dementia-capable’ legal practitioner, who encompasses attributes across four areas:
1. Knowledge 2. Professionalism 3. Legal rights and risk 4. Capacity.
Equip yourself with learning and resources that can be readily implemented into practice.
This on-demand short course will enable participants to:
Full price: $360 (GST-free)*
*Price subject to change. Please check price at time of purchase.
Discounts are available for this course. For further details and to verify if you qualify, please check the Discounts section under Additional course information.
Participants will access this course via UTS’ user-friendly online learning management system (LMS), Canvas. The course content is presented in engaging and interactive ways throughout the course. The following aspects are included in the course content:
This self-paced course is designed to take participants approximately 2 hours to complete, however, you may choose to spend more time exploring suggested readings and resources in compiling your ‘dementia-capable toolkit’.
This short course will enable participants to:
This course is administered via the Canvas LMS. Participants will need:
Discounts are available for this course as follows:
Discounts cannot be combined and only one discount can be applied per person per course session. Discounts can only be applied to the full price. Discounts cannot be applied to any offered special price.
How to enrol and obtain your UTS staff discount
Please contact the team at firstname.lastname@example.org to clarify payment options and the 10% staff discount code.
How to apply your discount voucher
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