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Adult Safeguarding Training

17/08/2018

If you would like training on adult safeguarding to help you identify and support people who may be at risk of abuse, we regularly run a range of courses. Most of our courses are free, however before you book onto them please contact us for more details.

Due to the current situation with regards to COVID 19, all face to face Safeguarding Adults Training has been cancelled. We appreciate that even in these difficult times staff will want to maintain their knowledge and skills and may need to access training in order to do this so we are happy to announce a new Safeguarding Adults Virtual Training Programme. We have planned a programme of courses, which will be delivered by Zoom.

 

In the next few months we will be adding the following courses so please keep an eye out for dates etc.

  • Self-neglect/ hoarding
  • Safeguarding Adult Reviews- What can we learn

 

If you are interested in attending any of the below listed courses please email adult.protection.training@sheffield.gov.uk

 

Because the sessions are being delivered virtually, places are limited so please book early to secure a place.

Introduction to Safeguarding (2.5 hours)

(Equivalent to Level 1 and 2)

This is a basic introduction to safeguarding which is suitable for all employees and volunteers. The course covers:

  • The Care Act 2014 and the Statutory Criteria for Decision Making.
  • Why is safeguarding important?
  • Types of abuse/ neglect
  • How to recognise abuse and neglect
  • Responding to disclosures and allegations
  • Roles and responsibilities

 17th December 10.00 - 12.30 only available now.

Designated Safeguarding Adults Lead (2.5 hours)

(Equivalent to Level 3)

This is a new course on the Sheffield Safeguarding Adults Training Programme. This course is designed for organisations who have a staff working in the role of Designated Safeguarding Lead or Safeguarding Officer or Safeguarding Lead. It will focus on providing these nominated roles with the knowledge and skills to support staff to identify, report and record safeguarding concerns. It also looks at identifying what cases may meet the safeguarding criteria and how referrals should be made and the role of the designated person in any enquiries.

 

This course will cover:

  • The Care Act- Statutory Criteria for Decision Making
  • The role of the Designated Safeguarding Adults Lead
  • Good practice in responding to Safeguarding concerns
  • How to raise a Safeguarding Concern

Wednesday 16th September 2020

10-12.30pm

Dawn Shearwood

Thursday 15th October 2020

1.30 – 4pm

Dawn Shearwood

Tuesday 17th November 2020

10 – 12.30pm

Dawn Shearwood

Conducting Effective Enquiries (One day- two modules. Both modules must be attended)

(Equivalent to Level 3)

This course is designed for staff who may be required to undertake Section 42(2) Safeguarding Enquiries within their own organisations. The course will cover:

  • Planning an enquiry
  • Gathering information and evidence
  • Evaluation information and evidence
  • Conducting structured conversations
  • Obtaining witness statements
  • Writing enquiry reports

Tuesday 29th September 2020

(Module 1) 10 – 12.30pm

(Module 2) 1.30pm – 4pm

Dawn Shearwood

Wednesday 16th December 2020

(Module 1) 10- 12.30pm

(Module 2) 1.30 – 4pm

Dawn Shearwood

 

Safeguarding Managers Course (One day- two modules. Both modules must be attended)

(Equivalent to Level 3)

This course is for Sheffield City Council, Sheffield Health and Social Care and Health Care staff who perform the role of Safeguarding Manager (Enquiry Lead). This cohort of staff are designated Safeguarding Managers in relation to the Care Act and legal duties.

Other organisations may have staff within roles as ‘Safeguarding Managers’. In this case the Designated Safeguarding Adults Lead course would be ideal for those staff.

This course covers:

  • Roles and responsibilities of Safeguarding Managers (Care Act)
  • The Care Act 2014 – Statutory Criteria for Decision Making
  • Manging and supporting staff undertaking a Safeguarding Sec 42(2) enquiry
  • Exiting the Safeguarding process
  • Role of the Safeguarding Manager in an Outcome Meeting

 

Tuesday 6th October 2020

(Module 1) 10 – 12.30pm

(Module 2) 1.30pm – 4pm

Dawn Shearwood

Wednesday 25th November 2020

(Module 1) 10 – 12.30pm

(Module 2) 1.30pm – 4pm

Dawn Shearwood

Booking onto a course

please email adult.protection.training@Sheffield.gov.uk

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Safeguarding Training

Booking onto a course

To book onto a training a course please email adult.protection.safeguarding@sheffield.gov.uk