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Our Safeguarding Adults Training aims to provide the candidates with the knowledge and ability to recognise and appropriately respond to adult abuse when it occurs, or when it's suspected within the society and the care sector.Make a Group Enquiry
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- Understanding the types of abuse
- Recognising acts, signs and symptoms of abuse
- Who is vulnerable / at risk
- The role of dignity in safeguarding
- Legislation and policy procedure
- What to do should you have a concern
- How to respond to an individual should they disclose a concern
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Where Do You Deliver The Safeguarding adults Training?
We can deliver this training at your premises, as long as it's within the UK. Also, we have our own venues in the Midlands if you don't have access to a training room. Additionally, we are able to deliver this training virtually using Zoom (Zoom sessions for this course will only be available for Theory only sessions)
Who Is This Safeguarding Adults Training For?
This training is for anyone working within the health and social care sector.
How Many Delegates Can I Have On One Session?
We will deliver this training for a group of up to 12 delegates. Similarly, for larger groups we can either provide multiple trainers on the same day or run multiple days to get everyone trained.
Who Will Conduct The Training?
One of our expert tutors, these are all care workers with an abundance of first hand care experience and knowledge - so you'll be in great hands! Furthermore, we will let you know who is doing the training in advance, you can check out their skills and experience by finding them on our meet the team page.
About our Safeguarding Adult Training
Our Safeguarding Adults Training aims to provide the candidates with the knowledge and ability to recognise and appropriately respond to adult abuse when it occurs, or when it’s suspected within the society and the care sector.
This Safeguarding Adult course is designed to equip you with the knowledge and skills needed to protect and support vulnerable adults from abuse and harm. Throughout this training, we will cover essential topics such as:
Understanding the Types of Abuse:
In this section of the Safeguarding Adult Training course, you will learn about the various types of abuse that vulnerable adults may face. We will explore physical, emotional, financial, and sexual abuse, providing you with a comprehensive understanding of the different forms of harm that individuals may experience.
Recognizing Acts, Signs, and Symptoms of Abuse:
This part of the course focuses on developing your ability to recognize the acts, signs, and symptoms of abuse in vulnerable adults. By enhancing your observational skills, you can better identify potential abuse cases and intervene to protect at-risk individuals.
Who is Vulnerable/At Risk:
Understanding who is considered vulnerable or at risk is essential in safeguarding adults. This section explores the factors that contribute to vulnerability and helps you identify individuals who may be more susceptible to abuse. By recognizing the unique challenges, they face, you can implement effective safeguarding measures tailored to their specific needs.
The Role of Dignity in Safeguarding:
Dignity is a fundamental aspect of safeguarding, and in this part of the course, we emphasize its importance. You will learn how to promote and uphold the dignity of vulnerable adults throughout the safeguarding process, ensuring that their rights are respected and protected.
Legislation and Policy Procedure:
This section covers the relevant legislation and policy procedures that govern safeguarding practices. By familiarizing yourself with the legal frameworks and guidelines, you will gain a solid foundation. This foundation will help you implement safeguarding measures in accordance with established laws and regulations.
What to Do Should You Have a Concern:
If you have a concern about possible abuse, it’s crucial to know the appropriate steps to take. This part of the course provides you with practical guidance on how to handle and report concerns. It ensures that your actions are aligned with safeguarding protocols and procedures.
How to Respond to an Individual Should They Disclose a Concern:
When an individual discloses a concern about abuse, it’s important to respond in a supportive and sensitive manner. This section equips you with skills to respond to disclosures, ensuring safety and following safeguarding procedures.
Course Summary: Safeguarding Adults Training
Learn how to protect vulnerable adults from harm. Recognize signs of abuse and treat everyone with respect. Understand the laws and what to do if you have concerns. Make a difference in keeping adults safe.
Safeguarding Adults Learning Outcomes
At the end of the course, you would have learned:
- The importance of safeguarding vulnerable adults and promoting their well-being.
- How to recognize different types of abuse and their signs, empowering you to take action and prevent harm.
- The relevant legislation and policies governing safeguarding to ensure compliance.
- Effective communication skills to respond to disclosures and concerns in a compassionate and respectful manner.
- How to report safeguarding concerns and work collaboratively with relevant agencies and professionals.
- The ability to assess risk and implement appropriate safeguarding measures to protect vulnerable adults.
- The skills to promote dignity, respect, and empowerment in your interactions with vulnerable adults.
- The importance of confidentiality and ethical practice in safeguarding adults.
- Confidence in your role as a safeguarding champion and contributing to creating safer environments for vulnerable adults.