Adult Safeguarding Basic Awareness Training

This event is currently full.
Due to the nature of the course only register if you are able to attend both modules. A certificate of attendance will only be issued if both modules are attended.

Aim of Session

To give workers in the voluntary and community sector a basic yet effective awareness of how to adequately safeguard and protect adults

Learning Outcomes

As a result of attending the half-day session learners will achieve the following Learning Outcomes  :

  • LO1 Understand what safeguarding is and their role in safeguarding adults
  • LO2 Recognise when an adult is potentially in need of safeguarding and take action
  • LO3 Understand the procedures for making a safeguarding alert 
  • LO4 Understand dignity and respect when working with individuals
  • LO5 Have knowledge of policy, procedures and legislation that supports safeguarding adults. 

 Target Audience

Staff and volunteers working in the VCSE sector who provide support, information advice and guidance or activities to adults on a regular basis. 

This session will take place via Zoom and a link will be sent out a few days prior to the meeting with instructions

17th November, 2020 10:00 AM through 12:00 PM
Zoom (Online)
Phone: 0161 787 7795

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