This safeguarding course refreshes all the knowledge you need to identify and respond to concerns, disclosures and allegations of abuse and substandard practice. In it you’ll learn what adult safeguarding really means, how to identify abuse, the impact of the Mental Capacity Act on the vulnerable adults in your care and how to propose an enquiry.
In this course bundle you’ll learn about prevention and proportionate interventions, the dangers of risk-averse practice and the importance of upholding human rights.
4 hours - MeLearning
Mental capacity (5) Effective Assessments and outcome-based support planning (6) Supervision, Critical reflection and analysis (8)
Knowledge: Apply knowledge of social sciences, law and social work practice theory (5) Critical Reflection and Analysis: Apply critical reflection and analysis to inform and provide rationale for professional decision making (6)
All Adult Social Care employees that have previously completed safeguarding awareness training (within 3 years) and need to refresh their knowledge to comply with national minimum standards.