Date: 10/07/2019 Course Title: Safeguarding Adults
St Peter's Avenue, Haslingden, Lancashire, BB4 6PD, North west
Designed to inform the candidate of precisely what their role is and is not, in a suspected abuse context, this course will educate the candidate to amongst other things, appreciate the potential signs and symptoms of abuse.
Arguably one of the most topical areas of Health and Social Care in recent years, safeguarding must be at the very heart of excellence in care delivery.
Recent abuse enquiries into care providers have highlighted the importance of creating the right ‘predominant culture’ throughout both an organisations’ management and also within the care team.
Care-FULLYTRAINED’s Safeguarding of Vulnerable Adults Training Course intentionally challenges the candidate to consider their own attitudes, care procedures, and those of others around them.
An impacting course which makes no apologies for its candid handling of this crucial care standard, the Safeguarding of Vulnerable Adults Training Course will engage, educate and equip your staff team to be all they should be and more, in safeguarding the welfare of residents.
Definitions Of Abuse
Hidden Voices: Older People’s Experience
The Care Act Six Principles
What Makes People Vulnerable To Abuse
Legislation, Policies & Reports
Oranisational Policies & Procedures
Disclosure & Barring Service (DBS)
What To Report When Suspecting Abuse
Actions To Avoid
Resource & Operational Difficulties
Sources Of Information & Advice
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