Safeguarding Adults (Level 1- Raising a Concern)

Event Code
ASC/19/0012
Venue
High Dean Academy, 641 Eastwood Crossing
venue
Event Tutors
Samantha Heal
tutors
Admin Contact
Target Audiences
Youth Workers, Teaching Staff, Teachers, SENCOs, School Business Managers, School Administrators, Other, Nursery Nurses, Line Managers, Learning Mentors, Inclusion Managers, ICT Technicians, Headteachers, Heads of Department, Governors, EYFS Practitioners, EYFS Lead, Classroom Support Staff, Children's Services Staff, Childminders, Caretakers, Bursars, Aspiring Leaders
target audience
Event Types
Course
Event categories
Safeguarding
Subjects
Social Care, Equality and Diversity, Dementia, Communication, Care Guidance and Development, Care Act, Adult Care
Event description

This course is in line with ‘Protecting adults at risk: multi-agency policy andprocedures to safeguard adults from abuse’ updated 2016. It is also guided by the changes outlined in Care Act 2014 and in the most recent guidance around implementation of the Care Act published in 2016.

Training objectives
Learning outcomes

By the end of the course participants will:



  • Know how an Adults at risk of abuse or neglect are defined by law•

  • Be aware of the legislation and guidance that covers Safeguarding; including the changes outlined in Care Act 2014 and in the most recent guidance around implementation of the Care Act published in 2016

  • Be familiar with the stages of the Safeguarding process

  • Gain knowledge regarding the different types of abuse

  • Be able to recognise the signs and symptoms associated with each type of abuse

  • Be aware of the factors that may make people more at risk of abuse or neglect

  • Know about the types of measures that may be used to minimise the risk of abuse or neglect

  • Know how to report abuse

  • Understand how to take a person centred approach to each stage of the safeguarding process; guided by LGA’s ‘Making Safeguarding Personal Toolkit’ 2015

  • Understand the difficulties and barriers to reporting abuse and be aware of the issues around whistle-blowing

  • Understand the roles and responsibilities of employers, staff and the local authority within the Safeguarding process as outlined in the Care Act 2014 and in the most recent guidance around implementation of the Care Act published in 2016

Additional Information
Enquiries
Start Date
Tuesday 20 October 2020
End Date
Tuesday 8 October 2019
Closing Date
Saturday 17 October 2020
Times
09:00 - 15:00
Maximum Places
30 
Cost
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Number of Sessions
Sessions
Venue
 High Dean Academy, 641 Eastwood Crossing
Tutors
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Start Date
Sunday 8 September 2019
Times
 09:00 - 15:00
Notes
 
Venue
 Four Winds Hotel, Leafy Lane
Tutors
 No event contributors found
Start Date
Tuesday 8 October 2019
Times
 09:00 - 15:00
Notes