Safeguarding Adults Level 1, Level 2 or Level 3

Course Information

  • Course Code: CHEL079
  • Duration: 1 year
  • Price: £24.00

Start Dates

Overview

Level 1:

Course description

This online training course explains your safeguarding responsibilities surrounding vulnerable adults in the workplace. You will cover how to spot the signs and symptoms of abuse and the correct way to report any safeguarding concerns or suspected abuse you may have. This training is suitable for all levels of staff working in any role where they may encounter vulnerable adults. 

We also offer Safeguarding Adults Training at Level 2 and Level 3

Unsure if you require Level 1, 2 or 3 Safeguarding Adults training? Check out our short guide to find the course that best matches your needs and requirements 

What will I study?

You will learn

  • Explain the profound impact some well-known cases of abuse have had on legislation
  • Explain the importance of multi-agency cooperation
  • Define safeguarding in respect to adults
  • Describe what you need to do if a vulnerable adult makes a disclosure or if you suspect abuse
  • Explain what whistleblowing is, what it is not and why it is important
  • List the ways you can reduce the risk of abuse
  • List the signs and symptoms of the different types of abuse
  • Outline the responsibilities Level 1 workers may have

Who is it for?

Roles including:                                                                                              

  • Receptionists
  • Administrators
  • Caterers
  • Transport staff
  • Maintenance staff
  • Volunteers

Level 2

Course description

When it comes to safeguarding adults and minimising the risk of abuse and neglect, there are a number of important responsibilities involved for those who may encounter vulnerable adults within their role. 

Our safeguarding adults level 2 training addresses these responsibilities and gives learners a deeper understanding of key safeguarding topics enabling them to apply the knowledge to their workplace. 

It introduces safeguarding as a topic, covering jargon, multi-agency working and best practice, as well as explaining how to identify the signs and symptoms of abuse, what to do if someone discloses information, and what you should do if you suspect a vulnerable adult is being abused.

We also offer Safeguarding Adults Training at Level 1 and Level 3

Unsure if you require Level 1, 2 or 3 Safeguarding Adults training? Check out our short guide to find the course that best matches your needs and requirements here.

Read more about the course 

You will learn

  • Explain the profound impact some well-known cases of abuse have had on legislation
  • Explain the importance of multi-agency cooperation
  • Define safeguarding in respect to adults
  • Describe what you need to do if a vulnerable adult makes a disclosure or if you suspect abuse
  • Explain what whistle-blowing is, what it is not and why it is important
  • List the ways you can reduce the risk of abuse
  • List the signs and symptoms of the different types of abuse
  • Outline the responsibilities Level 2 workers may have

Who is it for?

Roles including:

  • Safeguarding teams
  • Reception managers
  • GP Practice safeguarding administrators
  • GP practice managers
  • Clinic reception managers
  • Healthcare students
  • Healthcare professionals

 

Level 3

Course description

This Level 3 Safeguarding Adults training has been created for those who require knowledge at a practitioner’s level, and has been designed to help increase learners’ confidence when it comes to handling or reporting abuse to the appropriate authorities. It will also help ensure learners are fully versed in the Care Act 2014, and understand what actions should be taken from the current legislation.

We also offer Safeguarding Adults Training at Level 1 and Level 2

Unsure if you require Level 1, 2 or 3 Safeguarding Adults training? Check out our short guide to find the course that best matches your needs and requirements here.

Read more about the course 

You will learn

  • Explain the profound impact some well-known cases of abuse have had on legislation
  • Explain the importance of multi-agency cooperation
  • Define safeguarding in respect to vulnerable adults
  • Describe what you need to do if a vulnerable adult makes a disclosure or if you suspect abuse
  • Explain what whistleblowing is, what it is not and why it is important
  • List the ways you can reduce the risk of abuse
  • List the signs and symptoms of the different types of abuse
  • Outline the responsibilities lead workers have in safeguarding situations

Who is it for?

Roles including:

  • This Level 3 course is suitable for a range of roles working with vulnerable adults, including doctors, nurses, social workers, care workers, police, paramedics and council workers.
Entry Requirements

There are no specific entry requirements for this module.

What can I do next?

We offer a wide range of health and social care e-learning courses, click here for further information. 

For more information

For more information about this course, contact our specialist team on 01254 29 25 00 or email business@blackburn.ac.uk