The Safeguarding Adults eLearning course is designed to equip care and support workers with the knowledge and skills necessary to identify and respond to instances of abuse while working in a person-centred manner that promotes the rights and inclusion of vulnerable adults. The course duration is 1 hour, and it is aligned with the National Occupational Standards SCDLMCE9 and SCDHSC0024 , as well as the NICE Quality Standard 123.
Throughout the course, participants may engage in case studies, interactive exercises, and quizzes to reinforce their understanding and application of safeguarding principles in real-life scenarios.
By completing this course, care and support workers will be better equipped to identify abuse, respond appropriately to safeguarding concerns, and promote a person-centred approach that upholds the rights and inclusion of vulnerable adults. This course costs £14.95 per learner. Prices may vary based on your requirements.
- Identify legislation and guidance relevant to safeguarding
- List types of abuse
- Explain employer and employee responsibilities
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