Independent Advocacy Qualification
Action for Advocacy is an accredited provider of the Independent Advocacy Qualification. However we are not currently running IAQ training courses.
A4A's focus for 2011-2012 is on assessing our existing candidates and seeing these candidates (previously trained by A4A) through to the completion of their IAQ awards.
If you are interested in taking an IAQ award, you will find useful information (including FAQs and links to other training providers) on the linked articles below.
In the longer term we want to develop our strategic role in relation to the Qualification by capacity building new training providers and taking a lead in reviewing and enhancing the taught elements of the course to ensure their ongoing relevance to the sector.
For further information please contact:
The Independent Advocacy awards (QCF 7566) have been developed by City & Guilds in collaboration with the Department of Health. more
The IAQ is made up of a combination of core and specialist units: more
Cost and Time Implications
Individual centres will cost the awards differently. more
Independent Advocacy Qualification FAQs
IAQ Training Providers
To Follow is a list of C&G accredited providers of the Independent Advocacy Qualification. more