Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults
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Introduction to Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults: This training will provide you with the knowledge you need to safeguard vulnerable adults. The course explains your safeguarding responsibilities, how to recognise signs of abuse and neglect, and how to escalate your concerns. Upon completion of this course, you will be confident in promoting a good quality of life for all vulnerable adults.
Advanced Safeguarding of Vulnerable Adults: This training course, will provide learners with in depth understanding of safeguarding procedures. This includes a summary of your specific responsibilities under The Care Act 2014, and the necessary steps to take in order to minimise the risk of abuse and/or neglect. The course will help you to challenge traditional thinking so that you understand the different ways in which to respond appropriately to safeguarding concerns.
Introduction to Domestic Violence and Abuse: Domestic abuse affects all parts of society, regardless of perceived social status, type of relationships (e.g., same sex or heterosexual), gender identity, cultural or religious background. Our training will explore the effect of witnessing and experiencing domestic violence and abuse and the impact for children in later life; what is meant by domestic abuse; the signs and symptoms; your roles and responsibilities, including your designated safeguarding lead and provide opportunity for staff teams to share their understanding and look at how to embed the training into your organisational practice.
Domestic Violence and Abuse and Understanding Coercive Control: “controlling or coercive behaviour does not relate to a single incident, it is a purposeful pattern of behaviour which takes place over time in order for one individual to exert power, control or coercion over another”. Our training will look more deeply at the types of behaviour associated with coercion or control; the impact on the victim and associated risks and changes to the law and criminal justice system in relation to domestic abuse and coercive control.safeguarding vulnerable adults