Classroom-based theory and practical business courses for a wide range of sectors
Adult Safeguarding – Levels 3, 4 & 5
Full Day Session Theory & Scenario-Based Group Work
This training session expands on Levels 1 & 2 by providing workers in any health or social care setting with the knowledge and skills on how to proceed when a safeguarding concern is made.
We discuss local and national policies on how to respond to a safeguarding concern and examine relevant legislation. Learners will consider how to respond, support and keep a person safe who may be suffering abuse, neglect or any other safeguarding concern. The subject of mental capacity and consent is discussed. We explore the actions that need to be taken when making a safeguarding referral. This includes maintaining accurate records and what to do with any evidence.
What does the term ‘safeguarding’ mean?
What circumstance can put a person ‘at risk’?
Legislation including The Care Act 2014
Types of abuse that cause harm
Who may be an abuser?
Mental Capacity, Deprivation of Liberty and consent
This course aims to increase the learners’ awareness of mental health to ensure they are equipped to deal appropriately with the needs of colleagues, family members or service-users who may be experiencing mental health issues.
This course is split into two sections, the first part involves group discussion, trainer presentation, interactive discussions and scenarios. Followed by a practical-based element for the second section.