It is vital that anybody who works with vulnerable adults understands their safeguarding roles and responsibilities and how to provide the appropriate care and protection. Regardless of disability, age, or race, everyone deserves to enjoy a happy life. While many people can do it on their own, some may require assistance. Everybody has a responsibility to safeguard vulnerable adults and support them in maintaining a good quality of life.
All of our safeguarding adults courses are:
Whether you are new to safeguarding, are more experienced in dealing with safeguarding or you lead safeguarding for your workplace, we have you covered with our range of safeguarding adults training courses. Gain access to our LMS by enrolling in one of our e-learning courses or choose to have a more traditional feel to your training by partaking in one of our webinar or blended learning courses.
All organisations and companies that work with or come into contact with children should have safeguarding policies and procedures to ensure that every child, regardless of who they are, has a right to equal protection from harm. Having your staff’s safeguarding training up to date will ensure that any safeguarding children and young people problems that happen at the workplace play out smoothly and correctly. Our collection of safeguarding children and young people training courses will cover you no matter what knowledge of safeguarding you have.
All of our safeguarding children and young people courses are:
As long as you have an internet connection, you can access our e-learning courses from any smart device. If you choose, our safeguarding children courses can be taught through online webinars or blended learning.
Staff that work in the health and social care sector have a duty of care to the people they work with to ensure safety, dignity, and overall well-being. Our safeguarding training highlights the many ways health and social care staff are required to take responsibility for people in their care and offers guidance on how and when to intervene in order to protect them.
All of our safeguarding for health and social care courses are:
You can access our e-learning courses from any smart device as long as you have an internet connection. Our safeguarding for health and social care courses can also be delivered by online webinars or blended learning if that suits you better.
Schools and other education institutions play a very significant role in the protection of children and young people. Safeguarding is a critical procedure that all schools must follow. It will benefit children and young people by ensuring that schools are safe environments in which a youngster feels they can open up about any problems they are having. All staff members that work in an educational setting play a very important role in pupil safety which is why it is important that all safeguarding training is kept up to date.
All of our safeguarding for education courses are:
Whether you need specific safeguarding courses for education or you want to brush up your knowledge on a smaller topic in safeguarding for education, we have you covered. You can access our e-learning courses from any smart device as long as you have an internet connection. Our safeguarding for education courses can also be delivered by online webinar or blended learning (part online, part face-to-face) on an inset day if that suits you better.
Safeguarding can be a very broad subject and sometimes the main safeguarding courses do not dive deep enough into some safeguarding subjects that your organisation needs to cover. Our specialist courses open up safeguarding and lets you indulge in the subjects that suit your workplace.
All of our specialist safeguarding courses are:
As long as you have an internet connection, you can access our e-learning courses from any smart device. If you choose, our specialist safeguarding courses can be taught through online webinar or in person via blended learning.
Take a look at our common safeguarding questions below. Just click to expand the answers!
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The main legislation that governs safeguarding adults is The Care Act (2014). The main points covered in The Care Act (2014) are that local authorities must:
Some other relevant legislation regarding safeguarding adults is the Safeguarding Vulnerable Groups Act (2006), Health and Social Care Act (2012), Mental Capacity Act (2005), Equality Act (2010) and the Human Rights Act (1998).
The main legislation that governs safeguarding children and young people is The Children Act (1989) and the main points are:
Some examples of safeguarding issues are sexual exploitation, grooming, bullying, allegations against staff, incidents of self-harm, FGM, forced marriage and radicalisation. These are the main and most common types of safeguarding issues you would come across but there will be others.
To cover some or all of these topics in detail, you can enrol yourself or your staff on to our online safeguarding training courses. Get in touch today!
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