The DLF has responded to the pandemic with the introduction of a range of services in support of housing, health and social care
professionals involved in enabling independent living.
One of these is the availability of their normally 2-day accredited Trusted Assessor face-to-face course as a fully online option.
The course enables professionals to be accredited to assess for minor adaptations – increasing the pool of assessors can be an
important factor in reducing time to discharge as well as improving the suitability of homes and supporting daily activities during
This new version of the course uses a variety of learning methods – videos, class webinars, video-recorded assignments and an
online leaning management system to cover the normally 2 day course via a suite of modules. The use of modules enables
learners to fit them around their personal commitments and workloads with one module being a class-based Trainer-led
The DLF is recognised by RCOT, Foundations and BHTA and trains hundreds of learners UK-wide annually through a mixture of
open and commissioned courses at a variety of levels in equipment-related skills.
Trusted Assessor – Assessing for Minor Adaptations online
This course is available now and throughout the pandemic, call or email the DLF to find out more:
Published: 12th May 2020
Source: Housing LIN Newsletter