Understanding Adult Safeguarding Course eLearning Free

Adult Safeguarding course – if you work in the Health and Social Care sector, it is important you have an understanding of Adult Safeguarding. Our free course will provide you with a foundation to help you support adults. Our courses are free and provide you with CPD certified training in a wide variety of subjects.

Understanding Adult Safeguarding course covers:

  1. Basics of adult safeguarding
  2. Whom is responsible for adult safeguarding
  3. Where to find more resources and guidance

You can access our free e-learning here we don’t charge for any of our courses, we want to see people develop and be the best they can be. Our training will help you as a practitioner or help you get prepared for a role in Health and Social Care. The course is vital for anyone working with, or volunteering with Adults. If you work in a care setting, or in a church, or another religious setting, or support adults in any way this free course will provide you with everything you need for a solid grounding in the topic.

We will also look at the following principles:

  • Know how to recognise types of abuse.
  • Know how to respond to suspected or alleged abuse.
  • Understand the national and local context of safeguarding and protection from abuse.
  • Understand ways to reduce the likelihood of abuse.
  • Know how to recognise and report unsafe practices.
  • Understand principles for online safety.
  • Making the links between safeguarding and domestic violence.

Our Adult Safeguarding Course will help you meet the CQC requirements.

Adult Safeguarding course will help you understand what it means to protect an adult’s right to live in safety, free from abuse and neglect. The aims of adult safeguarding are to: prevent harm and reduce the risk of abuse or neglect to adults with care and support needs. stop abuse or neglect wherever possible.

Which CQC KLOES relate to Safeguarding?

The Care Act 20141 sets out statutory responsibility for the integration of care and support between health and local authorities. CQC require organisations to deliver care in a way that is safe, effective, caring and responsive. Organisations must also meet Care Act (2014) requirements and be Safe. This course will help you meet your obligations in the Safe Domain. It is directly linked to the KLOES: Safe: S1, S2, S3, S4, S5,

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