Safeguarding Adults Level 2 & 3
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To be able to carry out your safeguarding responsibilities.
- Understanding what safeguarding is
- Review the types of abuse
- Review the UK guidance on safeguarding
- Be able to act against safeguarding issues raised
Anyone who works with people who has a safeguarding responsibility as part of their role.
Level 2 Safeguarding Adults (half-day) course content:
• Recognise signs, symptoms or indicators for each type of abuse
• Understand the importance of citizens’ rights in the safeguarding
• Demonstrate an understanding of the risks associated with the internet and online social networking
• Review the role of the safeguarding board
• Know how to raise a safeguarding alert
• Be able to take appropriate action if a concern is raised
• Develop understanding of the local authority process
• Review the role of Multi Agency Service Hubs (MASH)
• Review case review to see lessons to be learnt
• Whistle blowing
• CQC assessment of learning
Level 3 Safeguarding Adults (full day) course content:
Includes level 2 plus the following
• Safeguarding timescales
• Multi-Agency Referral Form (MARF)
• Vulnerable adults
• Culture and safeguarding
• Role of Disclosure and Barring service (DBS)
• Duties of a safeguarding lead in an organisation
This course has been mapped to the Health and Social Care Act 2008 (Regulated Activities) Regulations 2014 (Part 3), the Care Quality Commission (Registration) Regulations 2009 (Part 4), and the CQC Guidance for providers on meeting the regulations. It also complies with Regulation 12 Safe Care and Treatment and Regulation 18 Staffing of the CQC fundamental standards are met.
This course is delivered on site, at the client’s premises or nominated venue.
Summary & Booking
The level 2 safeguarding course is a half-day course to give a comprehensive overview of safeguarding, and the workers legal responsibilities and the actions they must take. The level 3 is an in-depth one-day course that covers safeguarding at a more advanced level for those who have a responsibility for safeguarding roles. It also looks at the recording and reporting process in more depth.