By the end of the course, participants will be able to:
Understand the legislation and standards governing raising concerns at work.
Understand the importance of raising concerns in an appropriate manner.
Understand the difference between a grievance and a public interest disclosure.
Understand their role and that of their manager with regard to raising concerns.
Target Population: All staff who may require Whistleblowing/ Raising Concerns Training.
Course Duration: 3 hours;
Certification: Level 1 Award in Whistleblowing.
Assessment: Knowledge assessment via a question paper.
Number of Participants: 20 Maximum.
Is based on the compliance requirements placed on trainers by the Health & Safety at Work (Etc.) Act of 1974, Equality Act 2010; Mental Capacity Act 2005 and associated code of practice; Mental Health Act 2007 and Code of Practice; Human Rights Act, Care Act; Health and Social Care Act 2008 (Regulated Activities) Regulations 2014, Raising Concerns at Work: Whistleblowing Guidance for Workers and Employers in Health and Social Care; Public Interest Disclosure Act 1998 (PIDA) and requirements placed on health/social care employers by the Care Certificate.
Can assist with the Health & Social Care Diploma candidates with the various elements of their learning.
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Group: Live Virtual
£160 was £200
(Price Includes VAT)
Course Duration: 3 hours
Live Interactive Virtual Training
Training for up to 12 Staff
Staff Workbooks Provided
Accredited Certificates Awarded