If you work with vulnerable adults, you are legally required to have safeguarding training. It’s one of the most important training courses your staff can take. Our accredited Safeguarding Adults Level 1 training course will provide you with everything you need to protect your patients and service users from harm.
Our Safeguarding of Adults Level 1 training course is designed for entry-level staff - no prior safeguarding knowledge is necessary to complete this course. The Level 1 Safeguarding of Adults training covers what safeguarding is, why safeguarding is important, how to recognise the signs of abuse, respond to a disclosure, and report safeguarding concerns. Upon successful completion of this online course, learners will be awarded a CPD accredited Safeguarding of Adults Level 1 certificate and can be used to provide evidence for compliance.
Anyone working with vulnerable adults is required to have knowledge of how to safeguard at-risk adults. This knowledge can help protect and prevent vulnerable individuals from experiencing abuse and neglect, which in turn could change or, in some cases, save the lives of vulnerable people.
Our Safeguarding of Children and Young People Level 1 training course will be better for you and your organisation if you work with children. We also offer a selection of Safeguarding training courses.
The aim of this Safeguarding of Adults Level 1 training course is to greater increase your knowledge of adult safeguarding, protecting vulnerable people, and the relevant safeguarding legislation.
The key points covered in this course are:
What is safeguarding
Importance of safeguarding
Signs of abuse
Respond to a disclosure
Reporting safeguarding concerns
Record keeping and confidentiality
Take a look at our common safeguarding questions below. Just click to expand the answers!
Our online Safeguarding of Adults Level 1 training course covers these questions in depth – enrol today and become certified easily!
The Care Act statutory guidance defines safeguarding adults as "Protecting an adult's right to live in safety, free from abuse and neglect. It is about people and organisations working together to prevent and stop both the risks and experience of abuse or neglect".
An adult at risk is anyone who is aged 18 years or over. Learn more about working with vulnerable adults with our Safeguarding Adults Awareness training course. If you work with children, please see our Safeguarding Children Level 1 course.
These six safeguarding principles apply to all health and care settings and were first introduced by the Department of Health in 2011 but are now embedded in the Care Act 2014.
For a detailed explanation of the 6 principles of safeguarding adults and to become certified in safeguarding adults, enrol on our working with vulnerable adults training today!
Anyone who works in health and social care has a responsibility for safeguarding adults in need. They have a duty of care to their patients or service users, so everyone needs to be alert to the possibility of abuse. Especially as it can happen to anyone in any setting.
Employees have the responsibility to follow the 6 safeguarding principles enshrined within the Care Act 2014 and to follow the 5 R's in safeguarding when they have a safeguarding concern.
Everyone who works with vulnerable adults, whether you are an employee, self-employed or a volunteer, needs safeguarding of vulnerable adults training. Safeguarding training is one of the most important training your staff will receive as it teaches you to recognise the signs and indicators of abuse and neglect, the different forms of abuse and safeguarding legislation.
Start learning these and more with our Safeguarding of Vulnerable Adults training course.
It is important to safeguard vulnerable adults because all adults should be able to live a life without harm or abuse. It is about ensuring vulnerable adults are safe, protected, and their wellbeing is being taken care of.
Our Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults Level 1 training course will teach your staff the essential skills and knowledge on how to safeguard and protect those from harm and abuse. Along with how to report any safeguarding concerns.
Our Safeguarding of Adults Level 1 online training course is available 24/7, anytime, anywhere. Perfect for care staff with busy schedules or difficult shift patterns.
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