February 20th 2019
9.30am to 4.pm
National Council For Voluntary Organisations, 8 All Saints Street, London, N1 9RL
Subject areas covered in the training
Part 2: Service Provision
Code Standard 17: Governance, Risk and Ethics
Code Standard 18: Legal and Regulatory Obligations and Compliance with Standards
Code Standard 19: Managing Referrals and Assessments
Code Standard 20: Procuring Technologies, Equipment and Services
Code Standard 21: Implementation of New Technologies and Services
Code Standard 22: Trialling, Assembling, Installing and Demonstrating Technologies and Equipment
Code Standard 23: Involving Patients/Service Users and Carers in Decision Making
Code Standard 24: Management of Medical Devices/Technologies
Code Standard 25: Management of Assets and Inventory
Code Standard 26: Monitoring and Alerts
Code Standard 27: Quality Management Systems
Code Standard 28: Health and Safety Management
Code Standard 29: Staff Competence
Code Standard 30: Information Technology, Management and Governance
Code Standard 31: Collaborative Working
Code Standard 32: Third-Party Contractors
Code Standard 33: Marketing and Promotion
Code Standard 34: Contract and Performance Management, and Continuous Improvement
Code Standard 35: Measuring and Demonstrating Service Impact
Who should attend the training?
The module is particularly relevant to anyone involved in the delivery of services including, for example:
Managers (within the relevant sectors)
Anyone setting up a new TEC service
To enable participants to:
identify and analyse those standards which pertain to their individual practice and that of staff for whom they are responsible
understand the obligations placed on them by each standard, and recognise a variety of contextual settings
develop an understanding of the potential risks associated with the issues each standard covers, and the likely consequences
plan documentary evidence to demonstrate adherence with each standard deemed relevant
self and peer audit/assess standards to ensure that they are compliant therewith.
By the end of the training participants will:
Awareness of the CECOPS standards which should be worked to in practice
Develop an appreciation of working with outcome-based standards
Understand the link between planning, commissioning and providing services
Appreciate the component parts necessary for delivering a successful service
Be aware of personal responsibilities and obligations
Learn how to manage risks and avoid serious potential consequences
Understand the importance of providing services right
You may also be interested in our Planning and Commissioning TECS module. Contact us for details: firstname.lastname@example.org
Brian Donnelly MSc
Brian is the founder and CEO of CECOPS CIC, the standards and accreditation body for assistive technology services. He recently authored the first-ever International Code of Practice for Planning, Commissioning and Provision of Technology Enabled Care Services. His work is recognised nationally and internationally.
9.30am - 4pm
9.30am Welcome and introductions
9.45am An introduction to CECOPS
10am An introduction to the Code Standards
10.15am Group-wide workbook activity
10.45am Group-wide workbook activity (continued)
1.30pm Individual and smaller group workbook activity
3.15pm Individual and smaller group workbook activity (continued)
3.45pm Outstanding issues and feedback
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