This course is written in line with National Legislation and Guidance to include the Inter-Collegiate Document for Safeguarding Adults 2019 and the Care Act of 2014.
Duration – One Day
Next Course Date – Upon Request
Course Aimed at – For those that have regular contact or managerial responsibility for adults at risk.
Cost – £375 exc VAT per delegate or agreed delivery price for agencies/organisations
- Identify signs of abuse or harm, to include FGM, Modern Day Slavery, Domestic Abuse, Honour Based Violence and Forced Marriage
- Understand how to document and report concerns of abuse in a manner that is appropriate for safeguarding and legal processes
- Understand how to share confidential information when a safeguarding concern is identified
- Recognise the importance of a Person Centered approach and Think Family
- Explain how to undertake and contribute to enquires, assessments and the gathering and sharing of information.
- Understand the role of the Mental Capacity Act and its codes of practice when safeguarding adults
- Identify the impact the Care Act 2014 has when Safeguarding Adults
- Understand how to apply lessons learnt from audit and Safeguarding Adult Reviews/case management reviews and improve practice
- Understand the Escalation and Whistleblowing processes
The aim of the course is to increase the knowledge of staff that regularly investigate and/or contribute to supporting adults at risk of abuse and/or their families/carers. This includes multi- agency safeguarding procedures and assessing, planning, intervening and evaluating the needs of an adult where there are safeguarding concerns.