On completion of this course you will:
- Understanding the context of safeguarding within the support and housing sectors
- Gaining an improved understanding of the key elements of the practitioner’s own organisation’s safeguarding and abuse policies in relation to adults at risk
- Identifying potential barriers to reporting abuse in relation to the victim, staff and others
- Exploring key legislation and policy relating to abuse and how these impact on your work
- Examining your own roles and responsibilities in identifying and reporting potential abuse as well as the roles and responsibilities of your partner agencies
- Identifying key actions and timescales for responding to concerns
- Further developing the practitioner’s ability to act appropriately and swiftly in safeguarding situations
- Understanding when and how to share information
- To have explored practical examples of interventions to support you to promote the safety and well-being of clients/customers
- To have a clear understanding of what constitutes ‘defensible decision making’ and how to keep yourself safe when dealing with abuse cases
- Gaining a greater awareness of domestic abuse, radicalisation, modern-day slavery, mental capacity act, female genital mutilation and honour-based abuse (including forced marriage)
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