Courses Safeguarding Adults Awareness

 

SAFEGUARDING ADULTS ONLINE TRAINING

This Skills for Care endorsed and CPD accredited Safeguarding Adults training online programme will help protect vulnerable adults and keep them safe from harm.

Anyone working with vulnerable adults is required to have knowledge of how to safeguard at-risk adults. This knowledge can help protect and prevent vulnerable individuals from experiencing abuse and neglect, which in turn could change or, in some cases, save the lives of vulnerable people.

Our Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults training course will teach learners the signs and indicators of abuse and neglect, the different types of abuse, safeguarding legislation and how to deal with a safeguarding concern, including the 5 R’s you should follow. On completion of this online course, you will receive an accredited Safeguarding Adults certification.

If you work with children, our Safeguarding Children training course will be better for you and your organisation.

Safeguarding Adults Awareness Training Course Outline

The aim of this Safeguarding Adults Awareness training course is to greater increase your knowledge of adult safeguarding, protecting vulnerable people, and the relevant safeguarding legislation.

The key points covered in this course are:

  • Defining safeguarding
  • Types of abuse
  • Signs of abuse
  • Escalating concerns
  • Laws and regulations

Safeguarding Adults Awareness Training Course Learning Outcomes. On completion of this online Safeguarding Adults course, either by e-learning, webinar or blended learning, learners should know and understand the following:

  • Defining safeguarding
    This module includes an explanation of what safeguarding adults at risk is, making safeguarding personal and a case study to help you understand safeguarding further.
  • Types of abuse
    Identify the 10 main categories of abuse types and learn who an abuser could be.
  • Signs of abuse
    Recognise signs and symptoms of possible abuse and go into detail about each act/sign.
  • Escalating concerns
    Describe what you should do if you have a concern about an adult’s welfare or safety.
  • Laws and regulations
    Learn the multiple legislation associated with safeguarding including Human Rights Act 1998, MCA 2005, Health and Social Care Act 2008 and more.