Independent Advocacy Qualification Courses

Who we support

Our advocacy courses are ideal for those just starting in an advocacy role or if you are considering advocacy as a career. They are also popular with those who may use advocacy as part of their wider role such as support workers, social workers, health & social care professionals and other related professions.

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

We give you the choice to either just do our training course, or to go on and get the Level 2 qualification by successfully completing a set assignment. If you want to do the training course but do not want to do the qualification you are under no obligation to do so.

These units are available via open courses at various venues ( see below) or via distance learning. We provide a detailed learner pack, assessment guide and full remote assessor support by phone & email.

We are delivering this course throughout England and Wales at various locations. Please contact us if interested and we will check our availability near to you or check out the Dates page.

How much does it cost?

Level 2:

Course only – £115
Course & Award (including registration, assessment, verification and certification) – £250
For large group bookings we are also able to run this course in house for your organisation.

Distance Learning – this option can be started at any time and also costs £250.

Level 3:

Standard Certificate Course & Qualification (including registration, assessment, verification and certification) – £1,295 (discounted price for group bookings – £1,195)

Diploma Course & Qualification (core units plus 2 specialist units, including registration, assessment, verification and certification) – £1,695 (discounted price for group bookings – £1,595)


Contact for assistance if you are unsure which qualification is right for you.



“The training has been a great help for putting a portfolio together.”

“The support from the assessor was superb – first class.”