Safeguarding (child and Adult)
The course is divided into five accessible, interactive modules and includes an assessment at the end:
- Introduction – an introduction to child protection,
- Key concepts and defining abuse – information on child protection policies and law, your role in safeguarding children, a definition of each type of child abuse.
- Recognising abuse – warning signs and indicators to look out for which may suggest a child is being abused.
- Responding to concerns and making referrals – knowing how to deal with concerns, who to talk to, what actions to take and how to make a referral to social services.
- Good practice in responding to concerns – reasons why people don’t act on concerns, why safeguarding is so important and what to do if a child tells you something.
The course is divided into seven accessible, interactive modules and includes an assessment at the end:
- Introduction – why Safeguarding of Vulnerable Adults (SOVA)
- Key Facts – definitions of abuse and vulnerable adults, the types of abuse, who can be an abuser, adults at risk and what increases the risk of abuse.
- Vulnerable Adult Abuse – detail on the different types of abuse and scenario examples of how they can apply to real life.
- Signs and Indicators of Vulnerable Adult Abuse – an overview of the signs that may indicate abuse and scenario examples of how they may feature in real life.
- Responding to Concerns – first steps in responding to a concern, the importance of disclosing information, who you can seek advice from, confidentiality and recording abuse.
- Making Referrals to Adult Social Care – how to make a referral, the process that happens when you have and where to go for further information.