Making Safeguarding Personal (Level 1) training gives a broad overview of adult safeguarding procedures. By the end of this session you will be able to:
- recognise adults who may be at risk
- recognise possible adult abuse and potential indicators thereof
- respond appropriately – making safeguarding personal
- report your concerns about an adult
- record what you’ve seen
Who is this for?
Safeguarding adults training is tailored specifically for people who work with or around adults with care and support needs, who may be at risk of abuse or neglect.
This is particularly suited to smaller organisations and community groups. This level will give learners a firm understanding of what to do in the event of a safeguarding incident in order to keep anyone concerned safe.
About the Facilitator:
The trainer, Phil Carter, Training & Development Worker with HR Services at Cambridgeshire County Council, has a number of years’ experience in this field, as a police officer, teacher and senior administrator in the NHS. Phil also delivers training in allied subject areas, such as the Mental Capacity Act and Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards and Self-Neglect and Hoarding
Free to members of Hunts Forum and CCVS. Non members contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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