Introduction to Advocacy (2 Sessions) Level 2 Award-CPD Accredited

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Introduction to Advocacy (2 Sessions - both to be attended) CPD Accredited

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Introduction to advocacy (CPD Accredited) 2 part training

Cloverleaf Advocacy is offering the Introduction to Advocacy training which will be accredited with Continuous Professional Development Certification (8 CPD Points). There is also an option for learners to continue on to the City & Guilds Level 2 Award in Independent Advocacy.

This online training is delivered over two sessions, both sessions must be attended to gain the CPD Certificate. Both dates run from 9.30am until 12.45pm.

Session 1 - 4th April 2022 9.30am - 12.45pm

Session 2 -5th April 2022 9.30am - 12.45pm

Our Introduction to Advocacy training meetings the requirements of the City & Guilds Level 2 Award in Independent Advocacy. The assessed training has a credit value of 4.


Training £135.00 for both sessions

Training and the City & Guilds Qualification £250.00

If you wish to do the accredited training please contact:


Cloverleaf Connect are a fully accredited City & Guilds Qualifications Centre.

The course is aimed at anyone who has an interest in Independent Advocacy, you do not need experience and would be useful to those new to the advocacy role, anyone aspiring to volunteer in advocacy, individuals who work in the health and social care sector and those seeking advocacy skills relevant to self –advocacy, peer advocacy or support work.

The course covers the principles of independent advocacy, the independent advocacy role, communication skills, equality and inclusion within independent advocacy.

The four learning outcomes are:

  • Understand the Principles of Independent Advocacy
  • Understand the Role of the Independent Advocate
  • Understand Communication Methods used in Independent Advocacy
  • Understand Equality, Diversity and Inclusion

For those learners who wish to go on and achieve the City & Guilds qualification, they must successfully complete one assignment for the mandatory unit. You will go on to work with an assessor and have access to our online portfolio.


Who are we

Cloverleaf Connect is the training branch of a Charity, dedicated to supporting vulnerable people to find a voice. Unlike many training providers, our revenue is invested directly back into supporting local communities, advocacy and vital work to support carers. When you choose to purchase from us, you invest in your own company or your personal and professional development, whilst also making a charitable donation in order that our good work in supporting others can continue.

We aim to deliver exceptional training; all of our trainers are experienced, knowledgeable practitioners in a variety of professional fields and have a flair for engaging learners in participatory learning.

Cloverleaf Advocacy provides high quality advocacy services to people with mental health needs, learning disabilities, older people, people with physical and sensory impairment, and carers. We provide advocacy support to people in local communities, supported living, hospitals, secure mental health units and residential homes.

Advocacy is all about helping people to control their own lives. We support people to:

  • make their own decisions
  • have their voices heard and rights respected
  • achieve their own goals
  • express their views
  • represent themselves and get the help they need.

We also support self-advocacy groups to be involved in shaping health & social care.

We believe in involving people who access health and social care services, and professionals learning from people who use services.

We provide a range of training in advocacy skills and knowledge. We are a registered City and Guilds Centre for delivering a range of health and social care qualifications including the Independent Advocacy qualifications.

We are experienced partners in consultation and research with people who access health and social care services.

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Cloverleaf Connect is an innovative training provider offering high quality and creative courses both internally for our own employees and externally to meet your or your specific organisation’s needs. We pride ourselves on delivering a personal service, where rapport is built between the trainer and the delegates in order to maximize the learning environment.

Here in Cloverleaf Connect we recognize the added value that training brings to the workplace and strive to ensure that all the courses we offer take an interactive approach; we acknowledge that there is often more expertise in the room than just the trainer and aim to open up the learning experience to embrace the experience of all. We are also open to feedback and embrace your comments in order to review and develop our service on an on-going basis.

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