Level 1 2

 Safeguarding Adults At Risk 

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The Safeguarding Adults at Risk training can be provided individually or as part of a bespoke package.

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Course Objectives

By the end of the course, participants at:

Level 1 will be able to:

  • Explain what is meant by the term ‘an Adult at Risk’.

  • List the forms abuse may take.

  • Recognise signs and symptoms of abuse.

  • Understand how to respond appropriately to disclosures of abuse.

  • Understand the legislation and guidance concerning safeguarding adults at risk.


Level 2 as well as the Level 1 learning objectives above, will be able to know: 

  • How they would implement the safeguarding adults at risk measures required.

  • How to support people to keep themselves safe.

  • How to respond to safeguarding alerts / referrals.

  • How to identify and reduce potential and actual risks after disclosure or an allegation has been made.

  • How to develop protective strategies for those that decline services.

  • How to maintain accurate, complete and up to date records.

  • The roles and responsibilities of the different agencies involved in investigating allegations of abuse.

Course Overview

Target Population:  All staff who may require Safeguarding Adults at Risk Training.

Course Duration:  

Level 1: 3 hours

Level 2: 6 hours

 

​Certification:  Level 1 or 2 Award in Safeguarding Adults at Risk.

 

Assessment: Knowledge assessment via a question paper.

Number of Participants: 16 Maximum

Patient and Nurse

Our Safeguarding Adults At Risk Training:

  • Based on the compliance requirements placed on trainers by the Care Act 2014 and Equality Act 2010 chapter  1 (protected characteristics); chapter 2 (prohibited conduct) and chapter  3 (services and public functions). 

 

  • Can assist with the knowledge compliance of the Care Certificate Standard 10 for Safeguarding Adults at Risk.

  • Can assist Health & Social Care Diploma candidates with the various  elements of their learning.