Safeguarding Adults training is available for anyone who works with or cares for adults at risk of significant harm. The training available extends from Level 1 Awareness Level, through Level 2 Raising Safeguarding Concerns, Level 3 Practitioner, and Level 5 Responsible Manager.
All Safeguarding Adults Courses are specifically designed to meet occupational competencies in health and social care. The courses also incorporate the Mental Capacity Act and Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards at all levels.
Please see the Training Guide and Newsletter below for information about which course to attend and dates
Safeguarding training is currently funded at Level 2 and Level 3 for Private, Voluntary and Independent, Health and Social Care Providers.
If you work in the statutory sector please contact our Workforce Development Team who will assist you in accessing safeguarding training at the appropriate level.
If you wish to discuss any Safeguarding Adults or Mental Capacity Act workforce development requirements and how we can assist you please contact our mailbox: email@example.com
Safeguarding Adults Training Team:
Steve Dixon, Workforce Development Advisor - Responsible for advice on all Adults Safeguarding Training
Catherine Knight, Workforce Development Admin Supervisor - for all the admin of Safeguarding Adults Training
Tammy Hopley, WD Administrator - Administers the Level 2 & Level 3 Training
To contact any members of the above Safeguarding Team, please ring 01392 383000 and ask for the person that you wish to speak to.
- Which course do I need? Read this
Do we know who you are? Please help us to communicate with you by completing this Safeguarding Adults Address Validation
- Read this to find out which course is right for you to attend and how to access it.
- How can I book a place? Go to the online booking system to view live availability of courses. Here is the guidance to help you with this User Guide for the online booking system
Awareness Level Course Materials
The Awareness Level Safeguarding Learning Workbook accompanies the Safeguarding DVD "Because you said something......"
Important Notice for Managers - in order to access the Awareness Workbook Guidance, please contact the firstname.lastname@example.org for the password.
The Alerter Level Mental Capacity Act Learner Workbook accompanies the "Who Decides" DVD.
Level 2 Safeguarding Adults see below:
Level 2 Mental Capacity Act Training see below:
When you click on the link above, you will need to register first. When you get to the Local Authority it is really important that you enter Devon Safeguarding Boards as the organisation.
Minute Taking for Safeguarding Meetings-E-Learning
See link below:-
Level 2 Course Materials
A1: Level 2 Raising Safeguarding Concerns
A1 - Pre-Course Workbook useful prior to attending the course
A1 Post Course Workbook for completion with your Manager
A2: Level 2 Mental Capacity Act & Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards
A2 Pre Course Workbook useful prior to attending the course
A2 Post Course Workbook for completion with your Manager
Level 3 Practitioner Course Materials
P1: Level 3 Practitioners Safeguarding Adults
P1 Pre-Course Workbook useful prior to attending the course
P1 Post Course Workbook for completion with your Manager
P2: Level 3 Practitioner Mental Capacity Act - Decision Making, Rights and Risks (Adults)
P2 Pre-Course Workbook useful prior to attending the course
P2 Post Course Workbook for completion with your Manager
P3: Level 3 Practitoner Deprivaton of Liberty Safeguards (Adults)
P3 - Pre- Course Workbook useful prior to attending the course
P3 - Post Course Workbook for completion with your Manager
P4: Level 3 Practitioners Preventing Abuse and Responding to Poor Practice
Please see attached the cancellation policy which applies to all courses:
Please find attached the new updated Safeguarding Adults Policy, Procedure and Guidance
To discuss your individual needs email: email@example.com
Further details on Safeguarding Adults, the Mental capacity Act and Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards can be found on the https://new.devon.gov.uk/devonsafeguardingadultsboard/
Other Relevant Information
Please see the RiPFA guidance for working with those who self neglect below:
Making Safeguarding Personal
Please see the latest evaluations of this important aspect of Safeguarding Adults
Please find attached the DSAB and TSAB Training Strategy for 2015
Safeguarding Scams and Doorstep Crime Awareness
Law Society Information:
Useful Law Society information regarding Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards’ this link includes pages relevant to specific settings.
On the Law Society Website you will find the Quick Reference Guides on the following:
- Quick Reference Guide on the Hospital Setting
- Quick Reference Guide on the Psychiatric Setting
- Quick Reference Guide on the Care Home Setting
- Quick Reference Guide on Supporting Living Setting
- Quick Reference Guide on the Home Setting
Channel Awareness Training - Online Package
The e-learning includes information on how Channel links to the government's counter-terrorism strategy (CONTEST) through the Prevent strategy. It also provides guidance on how to identify people who may be vulnerable to radicalisation and how to refer them into the Channel programme.
There are case studies to help users understand the process of identifying and referring vulnerable individuals, in addition to providing them with support, and is a good way of providing staff with a fundamental understanding of Channel. Users who successfully complete the eLearning (which takes approx. 25 minutes) can print off a certificate, which is a good way for managers to audit whether their staff have actually completed the training. To access the training, click on this link
Bournemouth SAFE Tool
Have you been involved in a safeguarding concern?
Would you like to gauge how well you dealt with it?
Follow this link to the Bournemouth SAFE Tool
This tool has been designed to support professional development and enable those in practice to demonstrate their professional capability
LGA & ADASS Publication - Domestic Violence and Safeguarding
SCIE Guidance re: gaining access when neglect or abuse suspected
National Trading Standards Newsletter
Please find Posters/Leaflets for you to use in your locations