Safeguarding Adults training

Validated by the Norfolk Safeguarding Adults Board

- Designed to help care staff and volunteers to understand and recognise abuse and to know what to do when concerns arise; to enable participants to understand that safeguarding is everyone’s responsibility.

COURSE OBJECTIVES/COURSE CONTENTS

  • Understanding what safeguarding is and your role in safeguarding adults
  • The 10 categories of abuse and recognise signs and indicators
  • Recognising an adult potentially in need of safeguarding and how to take action
  • The procedures for making a safeguarding alert
  • Your role in relation to Duty of Care, Duty of Confidentiality, dignity and respect when working with individuals
  • Gaining knowledge of policy, procedures and legislation that supports safeguarding adults, including Mental Capacity Act & Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards
  • The role of the Disclosure and Barring Service within Safeguarding
  • The referral process and the role of the NSAB and MASH within Norfolk

Mapped to the 6 Key Principles as set out by The Care Act 2014

 

COURSE INFORMATION

Duration: Half day

Who should attend: ALL staff in all roles within health/social care

Certification: Certificate of Attendance

Cost: £345.00 + VAT (maximum numbers dependant on location)

Travel Charge: Dependent on Location

Or individual places may be accessed on our regular open course programme, see here for programme



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Safeguarding Adults

Training in Healthcare Norwich Norfolk