Safeguarding adults – for managers (London 7 July 2016) (course outline)
9.30am – 4pm, 7 July 2016
SCIE, Kinnaird House, 1 Pall Mall East, London SW1Y 5BP
A one-day course on safeguarding adults to help managers of care and health services to understanding their safeguarding duties and responsibilities.
- Identifying risk and vulnerability to abuse and neglect
- Making Safeguarding Personal – applying the safeguarding principles in practice
- Safeguarding duties for local authorities
- Safeguarding responsibilities for partners
- The importance of partnership working and information-sharing, including the relevance of the Mental Capacity Act
- Responding to allegations and concerns
We use a range of case studies and scenarios to enable delegates to understand the practical application of good safeguarding practice.
- understand how the duties and responsibilities under the Care Act apply in practice
- explore the difficult balance between safety and choice and control for individuals
- understand the law governing information-sharing.
Who should attend?
This course is for managers, registered managers, newly appointed safeguarding leads and team leaders in care, health and related services.
It is not designed for experienced safeguarding leads or local authority staff.
Course: Safeguarding adults – for managers
Date: 7 July 2016
Time: 9.30am – 4pm
Location: Social Care Institute for Excellence
First floor, Kinnaird House, 1 Pall Mall East, London SW1Y 5BP
Cost: £125 per person inclusive of VAT
SCIE also provides inhouse training on a range of other topics, delivered at an organisation’s own premises. These sessions are particularly valuable for local authorities, care providers, NHS trusts and housing associations who wish to train groups of staff. We can tailor courses to meet your organisation’s needs.