Safeguarding Adults Reviews (SARs) are a statutory requirement for Safeguarding Adults Boards (SABs). Safeguarding adult practice can be improved by identifying what is helping and what is hindering safeguarding work, in order to tackle barriers to good practice and protect adults from harm. SARs need to be of good quality and need to be able to be shared to maximise the value of their learning.

Training sessions to support use of the SAR Quality Markers

Safeguarding Adult Reviews: May to September training. The Quality Markers training responds to needs identified by those involved in commissioning, conducting and quality assuring SARs. Events are free, remote and take 2.5 hours (with a break).
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