Safeguarding Adults Level 2 Refresher Training

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Course Description

Our Safeguarding Adults Level 2 Refresher course has been designed for those learners who have completed their level 2 training in the past, whether that is through face-to-face training or digital training, and are looking to refresh and update their knowledge.

For anyone who works with vulnerable adults, there are a number of safeguarding responsibilities. This course is designed for those who have extra safeguarding responsibilities, but aren’t at a managerial or supervisor level.

The course will provide deeper insights into safeguarding and cover a range of key topics and areas of responsibilities, including signs and symptoms, the types of abuse, what to do if an adult discloses information, and what are your responsibilities if you suspect abuse, including recording and reporting.

Why take this course?
If you work with vulnerable adults, you have a duty to safeguard. In order to understand and meet your responsibilities, safeguarding training is a statutory requirement. Your training must be refreshed regularly, which is why refresher courses are so important.

Though companies will decide how regularly training needs to be refreshed, two years is a common recommendation. Though this will vary depending on the roles and responsibilities.

Course Overview
Our course includes a number of bite-sized courses covering a wide variety of topics you need to fully understand your safeguarding responsibilities. The design of course means that you can dip in and out as you need, and complete the topics in the order you want. This style provides the flexibility that many learners desire in this busy working world.

We also use immersive real-world scenarios and challenges to help embed your learning and relate it to your role.

Our course covers a range of topics, including:

  • An overview of safeguarding
  • The latest legislation and guidance
  • Multi-agency working
  • Definitions, jargon and key terms
  • Disclosure of information from adults
  • National and local contexts
  • Reducing the likelihood of abuse
  • What to do if you suspect abuse
  • Signs and symptoms of abuse
  • Whistleblowing
  • Types of abuse
  • Roles and responsibilities
  • Recognising abuse
  • How to deal with suspected/disclosed abuse
  • Record-keeping and reporting

Who should take this course?
This training course should be taken by anyone who has previously completed their Safeguarding Adults Level 2 training and needs to refresh and update their training.

This may include roles such as non-clinical staff, administrators and reception staff for safeguarding teams, reception managers, shared lives carer, PA, rehabilitation worker, welfare rights officer, housing support officer, health and social care support workers, community pharmacist or counsellor.

£40.00 + VAT

Volume discounts available

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