Safeguarding Adults (Level 3)
The aim of this course is to equip learners to deliver high-quality proactive safeguarding of adults. It helps staff to explain their role and responsibilities in the ‘Safeguarding of Adults’ and understand what is needed to meet Adult Safeguarding Competencies.
Learn about how to make appropriate safeguarding enquiries
On successful completion of the course, learners will be able to:
- Identify the legislation relating to Safeguarding and its relevance to your practice
- Define who is an adult at risk
- Know the types of abuse and how you could recognise them
- Explain what needs to be done if abuse is disclosed, witnessed or suspected.
- Explain your duty, role and responsibilities within the Safeguarding Adults Procedures
- Describe how to support staff to recognise and report concerns
- Explore Good practice in inter-agency working
- Be Aware of cases involving PiPoT and Disclosure and Barring Service Referrals
- Understand the need for professional curiosity and professional challenge where appropriate
- Outline the principles and legislation in relation to information sharing
- Identify good practice in documentation