Safe_Guarding_for_Excellence_social work

Cost - £165p.p + VAT

Format - Virtual

Duration - 1 Day

Course Introduction

This course is written in line with National Legislation and Guidance to include the Inter-Collegiate Document for Safeguarding Adults and the Care Act of 2014.

Difficulty - Advanced

Next Course Date

OCTOBER 2024 – Thursday 10th October 2024

DECEMBER 2024 – Wednesday 4th December 2024

Benefits of the course

  • 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

Topics Covered

  • Understand how to share confidential information when a safeguarding concern is identified
  • Recognise the importance of a ‘Person Centred’ 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

Course Description

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.

Course Outcomes

See Topics Covered

Who The Course is For

Course Aimed at – For those that have regular contact or managerial responsibility for adults at risk

Technical Requirements

Laptop with audio and video access is required for all virtual training.