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.

Cost

There is no charge to RBC staff.

Private, Voluntary and Independent sectors

£30 per person, per full or half day. There is no charge for unpaid carers or personal assistants employed directly by the service user. Contact us to check you are eligible.

LA Schools and other local authorities

£30 per half day, £60 per full day.

Cancellations

We make a charge for non-attendance. 

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