Level 1 & 2
Safeguarding Adults At Risk
The Safeguarding Adults at Risk training can be provided individually or as part of a bespoke package.
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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.
Target Population: All staff who may require Safeguarding Adults at Risk Training.
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
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.