Safeguarding and Protecting Children, Young People and Adults at Risk, Awareness Course
Did you know that under current guidelines, organisations who work with children, young people and adults at risk have a duty to safeguard and promote their welfare?
Delivered at your venue, we will train your staff in Safeguarding skills.
Outstanding and affordable, our training is available 7 days a week, including evenings.
Who is this training for?
The course has been designed to provide learners with the valuable skills and knowledge required to competently carry out their roles and responsibilities relating to safeguarding.
This training is ideal for those who have a responsibility for safeguarding and protecting in environments such as:
- The NHS,
- Social services
- Those who work in voluntary or unpaid positions,
This 1/2 day course covers all of the key aspects of safeguarding, such as current guidelines and legislation, different forms of abuse and responding to disclosure and suspected abuse.
Understanding safeguarding and protection responsibilities:
- Current guidelines and legislation
- Safe ways of working
Different types of abuse, including:
- Signs, symptoms and indicators
- Why abuse is not always recognised
- Factors to be considered when abuse is suspected
Procedures for reporting, recording and responding to:
- Suspected abuse
- Disclosure of abuse
- Alleged abuse
The Government’s person centred approach to safeguarding and protection, including:
- Duty of care
- Best practice
Support mechanisms available for staff and others following abuse