Safeguarding Adults at Risk Level 1
9.30, 9.15 Registration
Safeguarding (Adults and Children)
Who the course is for
For all staff and volunteers working in a voluntary sector social care environment and who have not attended a course within the last 2 years.
NB This course is relevant for safeguarding leads/designated persons, but does not provide all the training required for this role.
"I have become more aware of the safeguarding process in general and have updated my understanding of my organisation's processes in more detail"
"I enjoyed the study day. It was interesting and thought provoking. We had attendees from varying backgrounds and it was good to see how safeguarding needed to be considered in all walks of life. Attending a study day is far more effective than online training"
- How to define abuse and identify a vulnerable adult
- The legal framework (The Care Act) within which to operate as it applies to you
- How to identify if a vulnerable adult is being abused or exploited
- Who to talk to and what to do if you have concerns
- HCC multi-agency policy and procedures and your roles and responsibilities
- Identify the three key criteria of an adult at risk
- Name the key principles of safeguarding adults
- List at least 5 out of the 10 recognised types of abuse
- Specify at least three symptoms or indicators of abuse
- Differentiate the three key roles in safeguarding
Sonia Clarke- a PTLLS-trained experienced tutor, accredited by HCC to deliver Level 1 Safeguarding Adults at Risk courses.
£35 VCS – CVS members
£45 VCS - non members
Please, click here to book your place.