Safeguarding: Adult Support and Protection
This course is suitable for all social care staff to ensure compliance with the Adult Support and Protection Act (2007).
This course is available as an open course or group booking.
Open Course Dates
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- what is harm?
- recognising harm
- who can harm?
- who can be harmed?
- where does harm take place?
- main points of legislation
- what should I do if I suspect harm?
- who to contact
This course has been developed from Scottish Government sponsored training materials produced with Scottish Care and the Workforce Initiative. It is designed to maximise active involvement of the participants, with the emphasis on facilitation of small group discussion and engagement in exercises and can be adapted to engage with volunteers, family members and service users.
Fees for all Adult Support and Protection group bookings Include prior familiarisation by the course tutor with the organisation’s protocols, procedures and fit with the local statutory framework for responding to support and protection issues.
Certification TfC Certificate of Attendance
Course Length 3.25 hours
Delivery Model This course can be delivered face-to-face or as an online training session. For online delivery, participants will require access to a PC or device which connects to the internet.
Maximum Participants 15
- Zoom/Teams £360 for up to 8 participants
- Face-to-Face £400 for up to 8 participants
- £40 per additional participant up to a maximum of 15
Group Booking Information
Choose a date and time to suit your organisation. Please get in touch with your requirements using the request group booking button.