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Adult Support and Protection Awareness Training

Adult Support and Protection Awareness Training – 21st November 2018 

Learning outcomes:

By the end of the day each participant should:

  • 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:

  • Be clear that you have a duty to report suspected, witnessed and/or actual harm.
  • Be clear to whom you should report suspected, witnessed and/or actual harm.
  • 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
  • Be aware of the key legal concepts relevant to the protection of adults at risk
  • 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.

The course is being held at ARC Scotland, Unit 11 Hardengreen Business Centre, Eskbank and the cost is £95 per person.

For more information or to book a place please contact Muriel McLeod on 0131 663 4444 or email [email protected]