Front-line staff working in a setting with adults with care and support needs.
This is a comprehensive certificated introductory course covering adult safeguarding. It enables the participant to identify risk and vulnerability, drawing on an overview of the current legislative framework. Categories of abuse are defined and explored, along with the key safeguarding principles of the Care Act 2014. Duties and responsibilities for staff and organisations, responding to concerns and disclosures, and communicating with vulnerable adults are also examined. Additionally, this course gives an oversight of the most commonly know mental health disorders and helps participants identify their signs and symptoms.
Those in a managerial or designated safeguarding role working in a setting with adults at risk
All day - 6 Hours
From £750 +VAT
This is a certified advanced training course that explores the relevant, up-to-date issues within the world of Safeguarding Adults at Risk. It comprises of relevant legislative framework, including the Care Act 2014, the Mental Health Act 2005, Depravation of Liberty, Making Safeguarding Personal and the Caldicott Principles, and clarifies their relevance within the safeguarding arena. This course also gives insight into defining and considering the issue of capacity. Actively explores how to recognise and respond to safeguarding situations, staff and managers responsibilities, partnership working and information sharing, and enables awareness of the 6 stages of a safeguarding enquiry.
For staff who may have minimal or adhoc contact with adults and children. NB. This DOES NOT replace the robust three hour training which is statutory for frontline staff.
From £450 + VAT
Training targeted at staff who may have minimal or adhoc contact with service users, needing a basic awareness of adult safeguarding and child protection. This course is essential in understanding the categories of abuse for both safeguarding adults with care and support needs and children. Understanding current national guidance and procedures which place a duty of care on practioners. To have a clear understanding of being able to recognise, respond and refer. As well as raising awareness of key challenging areas prevalent in safeguarding today specific to both adults with care and support needs and children, such as; Substance Misuse, Modern Slavery (including Honour-Base Violence, County Lines and Trafficking) , Domestic Abuse, Hoarding, CSE (child sexual exploitation) and Online Safety. Additionally being able to understand the role of the Designated Safeguarding Team and referral pathways specific to safeguarding concerns.
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