Transition Professionals / Carers


It’s My Life


50 delegates


This training event delivered by Council for Disabled in partnership with Face Front Theatre looks at the Mental Capacity Act 2005 and supported decision-making through an interactive performance.

Who should attend?

  • Professionals, such as school and college staff, who are working directly with disabled young people and those with SEN;
  • Professionals involved in informing, developing and coordinating EHC plans across education, health and social care and across children’s and adults’ services.

Delegates will

  • Explore the different experiences of young people and families through an interactive performance by Face Front Inclusive Theatre, a group of Learning Disabled artists. 
  • Understand the 5 key principles of the Mental Capacity Act 2005 and how to apply them in practice
  •  Learn practical person-centred approaches for involving young people in decision-making, whether or not they have capacity, including use of the ‘best interest checklist’


All day

Space needed

Conference hall/ large hall.


7 learning disabled actors/ facilitators.

1 Production manager.


In 2016 & 2017 we toured to London, Birmingham, Brighton and Manchester.


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‘One of the best courses I have been on. Very informative and thought provoking.’

Delegate, London March 14, 2016

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‘The best training I have ever had!’.

Delegate, Birmingham March 16, 2016

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‘Excellent approach to learning and engaging us as professionals – superb young people.’

Delegate, London July 4, 2016

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