Safeguarding Adults Level 3: Managing Staff and Making Decisions

Tutor

Lorna Pearce, Pinnacle Social Work Services Ltd

Target Group

Those who manage staff and make decisions in safeguarding adults investing-actions in the local authority and provider services in health, social care and the independent & voluntary sector.

Delegates must have completed Safeguarding Adults Level 1: Awareness (or have equivalent knowledge) and Safeguarding Adults Level 2: Assessment and Planning prior to attending this course.

Course Aims

To provide an overview of Berkshire's Multi-Agency Safeguarding Adults Policy and Procedures and your role n managing the safeguarding adults investigation process

Course Outcomes

By the end of the course delegates will be able to:

  • Review and expand on skills and knowledge gained from Levels 1 & 2 training
  • Demonstrate a basic knowledge of relevant legislation
  • Identify their role and responsibility in the safeguarding adults process
  • Manage safeguarding adults investigations
  • Identify the role of other professionals in the process
  • Assess safeguarding adults referrals and identify appropriate actions
  • Involve vulnerable adults and carers appropriately throughout the process
  • Co-ordinate safeguarding adults and disciplinary processes
  • Demonstrate an understanding of safe recruitment and selection processes.

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