Social care plays such an important role in helping people with care and support needs to live full lives, free from abuse and neglect. As a new member of staff, the induction must always include safeguarding training which is relevant, and at a suitable level to their role. Training should also be updated at appropriate intervals and enable them to recognise different types of abuse and the ways that they can report concerns. The course covers Regulation 13(2) of the CQC regulations 2014 and is appropriate for all members of staff even those staff members that don't have direct contact with residents for example, cooks, domestics, laundry staff, maintenance and activities persons.
- Our training is fully compliant to the Care Quality Commission's published standards in Health and Social Care -
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At the end of the course the participants will have gained the knowledge and understanding to be able to recognise abuse and the actions to be taken.

The course content:

The course is divided into six modules and includes an assessment at the end:

Types of abuse.
Signs & symptoms.
Responses to actual or suspected abuse.
How to reduce abuse.
Unsafe practice and how to report.


A certificate of attendance is awarded on completion of the course; this is subject to satisfaction of the instructor and at the end of the course assessments..

Course fee: £POA including a maximum of 12 staff members
Safeguarding Vulnerable adults
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