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Adult Support & Protection

Delivery: Online or In-Person
Duration: one day
Audience: Professionals
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Learn what is expected of you as a worker in a social care setting if you suspect that harm has taken place, is taking place or that an adult is at risk of danger or harm.
Very in-depth training. Beneficial to needs…… plenty of stuff renewed, learned and food-for-thought moving forward in my everyday role

About This Course

This interactive course will be provide you with opportunity to share experiences and review organisational policy and procedures.

You will learn what is expected of you as a worker in a social care setting if you suspect that harm has taken place, is taking place or that an adult is at risk of danger or harm.

The course will provide you with the essential information on Adult Support & Protection and relevant associated legislation.

Prices

£110 per person

Who is it for?

Professionals

For all workers in the social care sector providing support to adults who may be vulnerable.

Our Trainers

Star Weymark is a CIPD qualified trainer and First Aid for Mental Health Educator with over 10 years of previous hands-on experience working in various roles within the care sector.

Having gained a bachelor’s degree in counselling through Glasgow Caledonian University, along with post graduate CPD in homelessness and inclusion through the University of Edinburgh, her specific skills relate to child and adult safeguarding and mental health

Her unique, inclusive, and interesting sessions are designed to increase confidence and equip workers with the skills needed to cope with modern challenges in the third sector.

 

Derek Parker has worked in the Social Care Sector since 1986 and has a wealth of experience of supporting people with complex needs within the voluntary, statutory, health and private sector.

He is passionate about collaborative partnership working and supporting people to have a say in all decisions that affect their lives.

His approach in learning and development enables people to increase knowledge and practice within the work role.

Learning Outcomes

  • Recognise and acknowledge our shared responsibility for promoting a safer service.
  • Understand who may be at risk of harm, and how harm can come from unpredictable places.
  • Know how to respond appropriately to concerns regarding adult support and protection issues
  • Reflection your own practice.
  • Understand how legislation influences policy and practice.