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Adult Support and Protection Awareness Training – 18 March 2020

Adult Support and Protection Awareness Training

 Learning outcomes:

By the end of the day each participant should:

  1. Be aware and understand the implications of the legislation for Adult Support and Protection.

Understand and recognise what is meant by:

    • An Adult at Risk
    • Danger, harm, exploitation and neglect
    • Types of associated risks.
    • Signs and symptoms of harm
    • Patterns of harm

Learners will:

  1. Be clear that you have a duty to report suspected, witnessed and/or actual harm.
  2. Be clear to whom you should report suspected, witnessed and/or actual harm.
  3. Be aware of the dilemmas in the area of adult protection eg the right to make choices vs. the right to protection, confidentiality vs. information sharing
  4. Be aware of the key legal concepts relevant to the protection of adults at risk
  5. Be aware of the inter-agency, multidisciplinary nature of adult protection eg at the stage of alert/referral, investigation, case conference, risk assessment and adult protection plan.

Date of Training: 18 March 2020   10.00 am to 4.30 pm

Venue: ARC Scotland, Unit 11 Hardengreen Business Centre, Eskbank, Dalkeith EH22 3NX

(there is free car parking available)

 Cost: £95 per person  

(Tea and coffee will be available on arrival and a light buffet lunch will be provided).

 To book a place email [email protected]

or Phone 0131 663 4444.