|Study type||Study Tier||Start Date||Duration||Course Contact|
|7 May 2020||1 week||Janet Stevens|
|Fee Bands||Tuition Fee||Materials Fee||Exam Fee|
Who is the course for?
This course is suitable for anyone who works in a health and social care setting, such as a residential home, nursing home, hospice, day centre, primary care centre, community hospital or disability service.
This course is for people who are senior managers or newly appointed safeguarding leads who are responsible for safeguarding adults from neglect and harm, it can also be a refresher for people with existing knowledge to update information.
What does it cover?
By the end of this course, you will have gained knowledge of:
- Identifying risk and vulnerability to abuse and neglect
- Making safeguarding personal and applying principles in practice
- Safeguarding duties for local authorities (LADO)
- Responsibilities for partners such as housing, police and health bodies
- The relevance of the Mental Capacity Act
- The importance of partnership working and information sharing
- How to respond to allegations, concerns and disclosures
- Understand the safeguarding duties and responsibilities in the Care Act;
- Understand how to respond to safeguarding concerns;
- Explore the difficult balance between safety and choice and control for individuals;
- Understand the law around information sharing
Course delivery and exam
This will be classroom based with group tasks.
This course is a 1 Day Course.Last updated 20 mins ago.