Safeguarding adults for housing staff training course
It’s important that all housing staff know how to recognise a situation where a person may be vulnerable to abuse and neglect.
Our training, delivered by experts, equips housing staff with the skills they need to carry out their duties around safeguarding adults.
- an introduction to safeguarding as outlined by the Care Act 2014
- a summary of duties and responsibilities for local authorities
- the importance of cooperation, partnership and information sharing
- the relevance of the Mental Capacity Act 2005
- case studies to explore safeguarding in practice
Attendees will learn how to improve safeguarding practice within the housing sector. Participants will:
- understand safeguarding responsibilities and duties
- understand the importance of joint working and good communication
- know how to share information appropriately, at the right time, with the right people
- learn how to put safeguarding into practice including identifying risk and challenging local authority decisions.
Who should attend?
Housing staff or anyone working within housing generally.
Safeguarding adults for housing staff course is delivered over one day.
CPD Standards Office accredited course ref no 60036/18.
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