The courses below labelled CSTF have been verified by Skills for Health as aligning to the UK Core Skills Training Framework Suitable for compliance with:
CCS (Crown Commercial Service)
HTE (Healthcare Trust Europe)
CPP (Collobrative Procurment Partnership)
This activity has been accredited by The CPD Standards office and equates to 6 hours of CPD.
It is strongly recommended that users must complete classroom training first before undertaking this eLearning refresher course. Click the link provided for details of our classroom CSTF Safeguarding Adults Level 3 Course
394,655 concerns of abuse regarding vulnerable adults were raised during 2017-18, a huge increase of 8.2% on the previous year. (Source: Safeguarding Adults Collection, NHS Digital)
Reporting abuse and neglect is a legal and moral responsibility for all Healthcare Professionals. If you are in a position where you are relied on by vulnerable adults, or you work with their families/ carers, you have a duty of care to ensure your Safeguarding training is up to date.
This Elearning module will refresh and update your Safeguarding Adults knowledge and enable you to continue providing the best possible care for vulnerable adults.
The Health and Safety Group would recommend approx. 4 ½ hours to complete the course
Recognise an adult that is vulnerable to being abused
Identify evidence and indictors of abuse
Recognise factors that which may increase the risk of abuse
Report concerns about suspected/ alleged abuse
Understand how to work in a manner that minimises the risk of abuse to vulnerable adults
Understand legal requirements
Understand Trust and Multi-agency Safeguarding Vulnerable Adult policy and processes
Understand your role and responsibility as part of Multi-Agency Policy and Procedures
Understand prevention actions and how to recognise signs and indicators of possible vulnerable adult abuse
Understand actions to take in responding to a safeguarding vulnerable adult concern and immediate actions to take to Safeguard following Trust and Multi-agency safeguarding vulnerable adult policy and processes
Understand how the Mental Capacity Act and Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards support safeguarding vulnerable adults
Learn from case examples
The Care Act
Dignity & Respect
Person Centred Care
Abuse Definition & Patterns
Adults at Risk
Impacts & Long-Term Effects of Abuse
Types of Harm
Mental Capacity & Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards
Stages of Intervention
Confidentiality and Disclosure
The Criminal Justice System
Disclosure & Barring Service
orensic Evidence and Scene Preservation
Clinical Supervision and Support
Communication & Information Sharing
Safeguarding Adult Boards
Case Conferences, Reviews and Audits
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