Safeguarding For Adults
The aim of this course is to provide an understanding of the importance of safeguarding vulnerable people. This is designed for carers who work with users/clients within a variety of settings. This course will ustilise your own in-house policies and procedures to ensure the content is embedded in your organisations ethos.
Who will benefit?
This package is for staff within residential and domiciliary environments, family carers, personal assistants, health care assistants, support workers or senior support workers working with clients in a variety of care settings, or those people intending to work with clients with whom need assistance with their individual personal requirements.
This package can be offered as a half day introduction or tailored to meet the needs of your business which is usually delivered over a full day.
This tailored programme will benefit your business by enabling staff to understand the requirements of safeguarding vulnerable people and covers some of the following topics:
A definition of safeguarding
To support staff to recognise who can abuse, why people may abuse and where the abuse can take place
Understanding what makes an adult vulnerable
To enable staff to be able to differentiate the different types of abuse in the care sector, its definition and actions that lead to abuse
To be able to recognise the signs and symptoms of abuse
To enable the staff to recognise them in a case scenario or through practical activities
How to identify ways and resources to help prevent abuse in your workplace, supporting it with keys to good practice
To acknowledge the various legislation, acts and policies relating to abuse in the care sector
To be enable staff to have the necessary skills and knowledge to complete all relevant documentation for recording and reporting abuse
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