Would you be able to spot abuse of a child or vulnerable adult? Abuse can take place in any setting, so even if you don't work directly with children or vulnerable adults, you may be in a position where you can help prevent or stop abuse. This course details the basic principles of safeguarding.
This safeguarding awareness courseisfor people whomight come into contact with or have occasional or indirect contact with children or vulnerable adults as part of their work.
Do you routinely work directly with children or vulnerable adults? Take a look at our Safeguarding Children (Levels 1 and 2) and Safeguarding Adults (Levels 1 and 2) courses, which cover both the basics and the more in-depth processes around referral.
Many employees do not have regular contact with children or vulnerable adults, but benefit from a basic understanding of the principles of safeguarding for both of these groups. This four module course looks at these key principles in a short, engaging e-learning course.
On completion, you will be able to recognise the signs of child and adult abuse and understand your role in reporting and preventing abuse of children and adults. By taking this course, you might just be able to spot abuse and prevent a child or vulnerable adult from suffering.
You will automatically get a course certificate on course completion - with your name, the CPD hours, the date and learning objectives.
Once you've completed this course, you'll have a knowledge of:
- How to recognise child and adult abuse
- What to do if you suspect someone is being abused
- The different types of abuse
- Your role in reporting and preventing child and adult abuse
- How to minimise the risk of abuse
- How to respond to disclosed abuse of children or adults