Safeguarding adults training
Developed for people who work in transport
Staff from all areas of Adult and Community Services need an awareness of the Safeguarding Adults agenda and an understanding of their responsibilities towards protecting vulnerable adults.
Drivers, passenger assistants and others have told us that they prefer training that is focussed on and uses examples from their day-to-day work. As a result, this half-day Safeguarding Adults programme has been designed specifically for those who work in any kind of transport role where Safeguarding may be an issue.
The course covers:
- The legislation surrounding adult abuse, the characteristics of abuse and how it is prevented
- The types of adult abuse, what to look for and your reporting responsibilities
- What to do if a service user/carer or family member discloses possible abuse, or if you have concerns about a member of staff
- Appropriately assessing risks
- The differences between a safeguarding allegation and a complaint
This programme is currently available for in-house delivery. To find out more about the course, how much it costs and how to organise it for your organisation, please call 020 7501 8987, email firstname.lastname@example.org or complete our online course enquiry form.