Safeguarding Adults training is available for anyone who works with or cares for adults at risk of significant harm. The training available extends from awareness level, through alerter, practitioner, investigator and manager levels.
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 Calendars below for information about which course to attend and dates
There is no charge for Safeguarding training for those working in Provider Services in the Private, Voluntary and Independent sectors.
If you work in the statutory sector please contact your Training or Workforce Development Teams who will assist you in accessing safeguarding training at the appropriate level.
Information and Advice
If you wish to discuss your Safeguarding Adults or Mental Capacity workforce development requirements and how we can assist you please contact our mailbox: email@example.com.
Read this Training Guide to find out which course is right for you to attend and how to access it.
Go to the online booking system to view live availability of courses.
Follow the drop down menus
> Safeguarding, MCA, DLS & Domestic Violence
> Course Level
> Course Title
To discuss your individual needs email firstname.lastname@example.org
Further details on Safeguarding Adults, the Mental capacity Act and Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards can be found on the Devon Safeguarding Adults website.
Easy Read Guides
No Secrets - Department of Health document giving guidance on developing and implementing multi-agency policies and procedures to protect vulnerable adults from abuse.
Dignity Action Day is on 1st February 2013 - What are you planning?
Resources are available at www.dignityincare.org.uk/Topics/championresources/
The ARC Safety Net Project highlights concerns about those who pretend to be friends with people who have a learning disability and exploit them For more details and resources go to www.arcsafety.net.
The Keeping Safe Scheme has a selection of booklets aimed at people with a learning disability who wish to keep themselves safe. They also administer the Safe Places Scheme in Devon. Go to: www.keepingsafe.org.uk/people_in_partnership_booklets.htm
A variety of tools designed to make it easier for you to put learning and development into practice.
Free for DCC staff:
up-to-date information about policy and research developments in social care through CareKnowledge.com.