Online Standard Adult Safeguarding Course
3 hours CPD
This course takes an hour to complete and is for all those who work, or volunteer directly with adults at risk their families and carers in all sectors
By the end of the course learners will be able to:
Name the key legislation and guidance for safeguarding adults at risk, including mental capacity
Identify and reference their specific sector safeguarding requirements
Describe appropriately the signs and symptoms of the possible abuse or neglect of the adults at risk with whom they come into contact.
Explain which individuals, organisations and reference documents they should refer to, and take advice from, if concerned about an adult at risk's wellbeing.
Describe how to evaluate risk when considering whether or not to request consent to share information about an adult at risk with the statutory authorities.
Outline the their responsibilities towards confidentiality, consent and information sharing
Explain how to respond to concerns, what to do in the event of a disclosure of abuse and how to record
Name who they should refer to when there is an adult abuse concern, including whistle blowing
Describe how they might fulfil "duty of care"
Carry out safeguarding risk assessments of their working practices to help keep adults at risk safe
- Overview of mental capacity, legislation and guidance for adult safeguarding
- The recognition and types of adult abuse
- How to respond to concerns and what to do in the event of a disclosure
- Who to contact when there is an adult protection concern
- Fulfilling your "duty of care"
- Safer practice and keeping adults at risk safe
- Course assessment, downloads and feedback
This SAFEcic quality assured course meets the training requirements of local Safeguarding Partnerships, Boards and/or Committees, the Care Quality Commission, the Charity Commission, other regulatory bodies across the UK, Ireland and the Channel Islands and the educational criteria required for Levels One and Two required for verifiable enhanced Continuing Professional Development under the General Dental Council's Lifelong Learning Scheme. It represents 3 hours of verifiable CPD, learning outcomes A and D. It also fulfills all adult safeguarding aspects of "Safeguarding in general dental practice - A toolkit for dental teams". The course includes a certificate and a comprehensive digital training pack.
SAFE also offers a number of open-house, public adult safeguarding training events. For a list of face to face training dates and venues click here
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