The training, delivered by an expert, equips all staff with the skills they need to carry out their duties around safeguarding adults. Belinda is a practitioner in the safeguarding field and will use anonymised real case studies to enhance the training experience for the participants. This supports practitioners to translate theory to practice, Training courses are linked to the National competency framework for Safeguarding Adults. This will enable organisations to use identifiable standards to measure the competency of staff.
Professionals are expected to possess the necessary skills and knowledge as a practitioner and are required to demonstrate professional capability. All courses are designed to enhance this capability by improving staff confidence to be critically reflective and self-aware as they analyse, review and evaluate their skills, knowledge and professional practice, exploring alternative approaches and being open to change.
All courses are developed bespoke for the organisation.
Examples of safeguarding course titles include:
- Safeguarding Adults interface with mental capacity act
- Safeguarding Adults interface with Domestic Abuse
- Making Safeguarding personal
- Self-Neglect and Safeguarding
- Managers Responsibilities in Safeguarding Adults
- Becoming an Effective Enquiry Officers in safeguarding adults.
- Level 1, 2 and 3 safeguarding for providers.