Aimed at all professionals who are the operational lead for safeguarding adults in their organisation
Duration: Full day – 7 hours
Level*: Responders and Specialist Practitioners (Staff group B)
(For health colleagues this is equivalent to Intercollegiate Level 3)
By the end of the training, participants will:
- Understand the roles and responsibilities of the safeguarding adults champion / designated person
- Understand what to do if a safeguarding concern is raised and how you can support staff to recognise these
- Know what constitutes abuse including the differences between a complaint, referral and alert
- Know how to conduct an investigation should the local authority require it
- Be able to contribute to, and in some cases lead on, the development and refreshing of internal safeguarding policy, procedure and protocols etc.
Payment must be received no less than 7 days prior to the course date. The price includes all course materials and refreshments.
* Level as indicated in the Safeguarding Adult Framework, which can be found on SET Safeguarding Adults Training Strategy