Safeguarding adults and children training
If you work with children, young people or ‘vulnerable’ adults, you have a legal duty to ensure that they are protected from harm.
Local safeguarding children’s boards (LSCBs), safeguarding adults boards (SABs) and their equivalents outside of England, are responsible for improving the quality of safeguarding practice in their areas.
SCIE’s training and consultancy services can help safeguarding boards, care providers, commissioners and safeguarding reviewers to learn and improve their policies, procedures and practice.
Those who attended the SCIE training thoroughly enjoyed their experience. The trainer certainly grasped the brief and delivered a day that was insightful, engaging and provided some of our key players with valuable pointers for developing our training provision and policy development.Margaret Nicholson, Learning and Development Manager, Medvivo – integrated health and care service provider.
SCIE can provide a range of safeguarding courses, such as those outlined below. Click on the title to view a sample of the course programme, where available. Courses can be adapted to suit your needs.
- Safeguarding adults - for managers and newly appointed safeguarding leads
- Safeguarding adults – an introduction
- Safeguarding children and adults – an introduction
- Safeguarding and the Care Act
- Safeguarding adults – for local authority staff
- Safeguarding adults – self neglect
- Safeguarding children
- Safeguarding and housing