Adults at Risk
Times: 9:30 – 16.00
Venue: Garden Nursery (London Network Church): 131 East Acton Lane, Acton, London W3 7HB. Nearest bus stop: 70. Nearest train station: East Acton or Acton Central.
Provisions: Tea, coffee and snacks will be provided. Lunch is not provided but there will be a lunch break and there are plenty of shops and cafés nearby. There is also a microwave.
Aims, Topics & Outcome
- To use a range of teaching methods to promote learning
- To use case studies, videos and articles to promote discussion
- To prepare day opportunities workers for their roles and ensure they understand their responsibilities
- To show examples of poor practice.
- Definition of an Adult at Risk
- 6 Safeguarding Principles
- Responding, Reporting and Recording (Three Rs)
- Person Centred Risk Assessments
- Social Care Updates on Adults at Risk
- Duty of Candour
- Categories of Abuse
- Body Maps
- Care Quality Commission (CQC)
- Whistle Blowing / Upholding Professional Practice
- Flow chart to deal with allegations or incidents
- Planning & Strategy Meetings
- GDPR – Using Slack rather than WhatsApp and using personal phone for work
- The Care Act
Learning Outcomes - by the end of the course participants will be able to:
- Identify the different types of abuse.
- Effectively report abuse or suspicion of abuse.
- Familiar with the Solutions Social Care Alert Pyramid
- Identify and whistle-blow poor practice.
- Understand their safeguarding responsibilities towards the people they support.
- Identify strategies that can be used to help prevent abuse.
- To evidence as part of Gateway training / Care Certificate and Continuing Personal Development
- Know how to use the temporary care workers handbook for help with safeguarding matters
Delegates will have on file a CPD certificate for the course* after successful completion. The certificate is valid for two years, after which time delegates will need to attend again as a refresher. *terms and conditions apply: please see our Training Policy
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