Level 3 Safeguarding Adults – 13th & 14th October 2020 ** VIA LIVE WEBINAR **
This Level 3 Safeguarding Adults webinar offers delegates the opportunity to explore the legal framework, which underpins safeguarding adults work, and to explore the key challenges that may arise in practice. It will guide the delegates through the safeguarding adults process and focus on making safeguarding personal. It is for all staff who may be involved in safeguarding adult work which could include social workers, community care officers, social care workers, social care managers, GP’s, practice nurses, heads of quality, chief nurses, designated nurses for safeguarding adults, occupational therapists, psychologists and psychiatrists.
By the end of the course participants will be able to:
- Demonstrate and understanding of the requirements of the Care Act 2014 in relation to adult safeguarding
- Describe personalised responses to adults at risk of harm that reflect the principles of safeguarding
- Understand their roles and responsibilities
- Understand the roles and responsibilities of partner agencies
- Consider the issues surrounding consent, capacity, confidentiality and information sharing
- Describe the key steps and timescales of the adult safeguarding pathway in line with policy and procedures
- Understand what informs a decision to undertake an enquiry.
- Increased ‘legal literacy’ in relation to protecting adults from abuse and neglect
The day will include the following key topics:
- News update, recent developments, case law, reports in relation to safeguarding adults
- Safeguarding Adults legislation, professional duties under The Care 2014 and relevant multi-agency safeguarding adults’ policies and procedures
- Application of the principles of making safeguarding personal
- Identify factors that contribute towards a decision to undertake a S42 Enquiry
- Identify who can carry out an enquiry
- Identify the objectives of a S42 Enquiry
- Work with an adult/in their best interests to develop an action plan
- Identify a need for independent advocacy
- Be able to develop a safeguarding plan
- Practice issues for staff
- Links between safeguarding and the Mental Capacity Act 2005
- Case studies – a number of cases studies to apply learning in practice
The course will be delivered by Dawn Revell
Dawn is a qualified Social Worker having obtained her professional status over 18 years ago. She continues to practice as an Approved Mental Health Professional (AMHP) under the Mental Health Act 1983.She is a joint trained investigator for safeguarding adults and presently has responsibility for managing and advising on complex safeguarding adult cases.
Dawn presently manages a generic, county wide social services emergency duty team. She has worked as an associate trainer for over 4 years and has designed, facilitated and delivered training on risk assessment, mental health, mental capacity and safeguarding adults.
If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07341 277487.
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