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Free learning resource explaining large scale investigations (LSIs) within Adult Services
Iriss, in partnership with the National Adult Protection Committee, has developed a freelearning resource explaining the role of large-scale investigations (LSIs) within the context of adult support and protection practices in Scotland.
To understand the key tasks involved in carrying out an LSI
Develop the skills and knowledge that informs an LSI
Understand the ASP principles in the context of an LSI and other principles in relation carrying out an LSI e.g. decision making
Understand the potential practice dilemmas and errors in carrying out an LSI
Develop an understanding of the key differences between carrying out a singular investigation and an LSI
Understand how to plan and structure an LSI
Understand relevant technical and legal concepts around contracts, contract law and reporting to third parties
The learning is expected to take 8 hours split over 4 modules.
Iriss will be developing an LSI framework this year to try and pull learning/evidence/examples together to form a national framework to help encourage consistency across practice and some transparency of approach.