Who is This Course For?
This course is intended to support learners who are managers, Deputy Managers and team leaders of organisations that provide care and support to people who live in residential homes, supported living services, hospitals, community based settings, Educational settings, Day care services, individuals supported in their own homes and housing providers.
This course will enable learners to be familiar with the requirements and gain an understanding on the systems and processes in accordance to policies procedures, legislation and regulations and how to support staff teams in the detection, prevention and safeguarding of vulnerable adults within our society.
At the end of the course learners will be able to:
- Understand various challenges providers and managers face in the preventing, detecting and reporting of safeguarding concerns.
- Understand the difference between safeguarding and protection
- Understand the difference between legislation, regulation, policy, procedure and guideline.
- List Legislation and understand how the duties and responsibilities under the care act apply in practice
- Explore the difficult balance between safety, choice and control for individuals
- List policies and Understand the effectiveness of policy development and approaches to safeguarding
- Understand making safeguarding personal and how the 6 key safeguarding principles applies to practice
- Identify serious case reviews and their impact on practice
- Understand systems and processes in prevention, detection and reporting of safeguarding concerns
- Understand how to promote equality, diversity and inclusion.
- Reflect and evaluate current ways of working
The trainer will carry out an on-going assessment
Certificate of attendance will be issued to all learners that have demonstrated that learning has taken place throughout the session and course outcomes have been met.
The course can be delivered at locations to suit the client.
Maximum number of delegates per trainer is 15