Safeguarding Adults Training
Safeguarding everyone in all sectors is a basic human right, and the right to be healthy, happy, and treated well, regardless of race, age, gender, or location is chief among them. It doesn’t matter if you work in a domiciliary care facility, community center, or prison, or have a duty of care for or come into contact with adults, either as a paid professional or as a volunteer, where adults need the care and support to make them be safe. Protecting an adult’s right to live in safety, free of abuse and neglect, is one of your roles and responsibilities. The organization you work for and you have to take appropriate and proportional measures to ensure that adults in your care are protected, while also giving them the confidence to have control over how they live their lives. Our CPD Approved Safeguarding Adults Training can help you accomplish this.
Key Features of This Safe Guarding Adults Course:
- A One-on-One tutor-led, fully online course led by a qualified professional
- A recognized CPD program accredited by IIRSM
- After you have successfully completed it, the certificate can be immediately printed for audit and compliance purposes
- Low Cost Our Price £25 plus vat
- Help to learn why is important of Safeguarding Adults
- Identify the principles and laws relating to safeguarding
- Help to address key points of abuse and its remedies
- Encourage to support, protect, and be aware of hazards and their remedies
- A relevant and consistent; human rights basis training that is engaging, interactive
The Learnings Of This Course:
- Get a better understanding of safeguarding principles
- Be able to know how to apply them in your work
- The key terminology related to safeguarding
- Identify the principle laws relating to safeguarding
- The purpose of these measures is to minimize abuse
- Assess vulnerable adults for ten types of abuse and respond accordingly
- Be aware of abuse or neglect and report it
- Describe your roles, responsibilities, and your boundaries
- Ensure that people are supported and cared for
- Assuring informed consent and allowing the adult to make their own decisions
- Lastly, able to manage the environment to minimize the risk of abuse
Whatever the circumstance you’re, in or at the organization you work for must take appropriate measures for the protection of adults in your care, while still ensuring they are supported and empowered to have control over how they want to live their lives.
Our Online Safeguarding Adults Training course discusses how safeguarding issues can develop, as well as ways to deal with them in a way that protects people and preserves their right to make choices about their lives.
Enrolling this course, you and they will learn a better understanding of safeguarding principles; the key terminology and principle laws in relation to safeguarding; recognize and respond to the ten types of abuse suffered by vulnerable adults; find out and report concerns of abuse or neglect; ensure people are supported and encouraged to make their own decisions and give informed consent, and finally manage the environment to minimize the risk of abuse.