Our Safeguarding Adults course is for anyone who works with or otherwise supports vulnerable adults, it’s suitable for new staff or as a refresher for existing staff.
Want to make sure your staff are knowledgeable and have the necessary skills to safeguard at-risk adults? FMC offers safeguarding training from our training centre in Carlisle, Cumbria or at your workplace anywhere in the country. If necessary, evening and weekend training can also be arranged. Fill out our contact form to organise your Safeguarding Adults training or give us a call on 01228 538016 to book now.
The Care Act 2014 says that some people must be supported to stay safe. This means that it is the law.
Safeguarding means 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, while at the same time making sure that the adult’s wellbeing is promoted including, where appropriate, having regard to their views, wishes, feelings and beliefs in deciding on any action. This must recognise that adults sometimes have complex interpersonal relationships and may be ambivalent, unclear or unrealistic about their personal circumstances.
Guidelines and procedures are designed to give all health and social care workers an increased awareness and recognition of the issues surrounding the abuse and mistreatment of adults.
This course is delivered over a half day and is made up of group work, looking at case studies, theoretical work and personal reflections. Guidelines and procedures within the course are intended to give health and social care workers the tools to recognise issues related to the mistreatment and abuse of at-risk adults.
Our safeguarding course covers the following topics:
Roles, responsibilities and duty of care
On completion of the course, participants will receive a certificate to demonstrate learning.
With a wealth of experience across industries and in the Health and Social Care Sector, FMC are well-equipped to deliver the Safeguarding training. FMC director, Fiona Carruthers, has over 18 years’ experience training across various organisations and working within the Health and Social Care Sector since 1986. FMC Knowledge and Skills makes Fiona the ideal choice to organise or deliver your safeguarding training.
All our training courses are a benchmark for quality. Further to this, FMC are internally and externally quality assured throughout the year and undertake robust annual inspections.
We always aim to be flexible in our course delivery. If our training centre in Carlisle is not convenient for you to get to, we can offer training at your workplace. To accommodate schedules outside of our typical Monday to Friday 9.00 - 16.30 operating, we offer evening and weekend training to suit you. Where possible, training will also be adapted to your specific organisation so that the information taught is highly relevant and practical.
Interested in getting Safeguarding Adults training from FMC? We'll deliver training in a warm, friendly atmosphere and ensure your staff learn all they need to know. Get in touch via the contact form to arrange your training or give us a call on 01228 538016 /Mob: 07776 428 563 to book now.