Safeguarding Adults Course – £55/person – all inclusive
Safeguarding Adults Course is a 1/2 day accredited training.
The course is designed for people and staff working in the position of a nurse or carer looking after and providing care to vulnerable adults, as well as being aimed at those working in a wide range of settings: care homes, individual carers, social care services, etc.
This Safeguarding Adults Course unit introduces the important area of safeguarding individuals from abuse. It identifies different types of abuse and the signs and symptoms that might indicate abuse is occurring. It considers when individuals might be particularly vulnerable to abuse and what a learner must do if abuse is suspected or alleged.
The Care Act of 2014 is the basis of the Safeguarding Adults Course and offers a great and straightforward understanding of the members of staff working in the Social Care setting.
Price – £55/candidate
How long will the course take?
1/2 day, maximum 4-6 hours
How is the course assessed?
This qualification is assessed through prior learning as well as a multiple choice test comprising of 13 questions where, a minimum of 10 correct answers is deemed as a PASS. The duration of the examination is 1 hour. Successful learners can use their experience as prior learning in order to meet the guiding learning hours, where learners that are new to the field will have to demonstrate that they have studied the assignment by successfully completing a multiple choice test which all learners will receive upon enrolling on the course.
Your tutor will assess your completed homework and assessment pack and give feedback with regards to the learner’s success. The awarding body will provide us with the certificate for successful learners within 1 week from assessment.Certificates will be dispatched and posted by 1st class to be signed for.
Main subjects covered in Safeguarding Adults Course:
1. Know the principles of safeguarding within a health and social care context.
1.1 State the principles of safeguarding vulnerable adults
1.2 Define the terms “abuse” and ‘significant harm’
1.3 List the risk factors which may contribute to abuse
1.4 State the role of the Disclosure and Barring Service.
2. Know the different types of abuse and the possible indicators of abuse.
2.1 List the different categories of abuse with the possible indicators of abuse
3.1 List the responsibilities of an employee in reporting suspected abuse
3.2 Define the term ‘whistle blowing’
3.3 State the actions to be taken in the event of a disclosure made to a staff member
New offer*: Organisations looking to book a minimum of 2 courses for groups of 6 or more, will be offered a 20% discount, please get in touch to discuss and get your quote and book a convenient date.
- 9.30am -
- Course Starting
- Registration and main subjects
- 11.00-11.15am -
- Morning Break
- 15 Minutes Break
- 12.15-1.00 -
- Exam Time
- Invigilation and Examination - 45 minutes
- 1.00pm -
- End of Course