The Safeguarding Adults course provides the delegates with further understanding of your responsibilities under the Care Act 2014. They will also learn the processes you can take to reduce neglect or abuse.
This course also incorporates DoLS and Equality, Diversity and Human Rights.
How long is the course?
Who should attend the course?
The course is suitable for anyone who works with vulnerable adults.
Is the Safeguarding Adults course accredited?
3B Training accredited
When does my certificate expire?
Three years (update of training is recommended annually)
This course has no formal entry requirements
- The term safeguarding and it’s meaning
- How to respond to any concerns that you have about a vulnerable adult
- The key legislation surrounding safeguarding and the legal responsibilities of those that work with vulnerable adults and/or their families
- How to report any concerns and the importance of reporting concerns
- How to identify signs of abuse
- The capacity to make decisions, including, determining capacity, unwise decisions, making decisions, deprivation of liberty safeguards
- How to act if any information is disclosed to you by a vulnerable adult
- How to record your concerns
What is Required to Pass the Safeguarding Adults Course?
The candidates must demonstrate a willingness to learn through interaction and group activities.