Understanding your role as a registered manager in promoting safeguarding and protection across the service.
Our Combined Safeguarding Lead Level 4 training course is carried out over two days. We can provide this training either face-to-face or online in an engaging virtual classroom.
Our trainers have extensive practical knowledge in safeguarding and our course is trusted by some of the largest healthcare organisations in the UK.
Care Quality Commission (CQC) requires care providers to have a formal system to assess staff competence to administer medication. This practical workshop provides the knowledge, materials and skills to care providers to create and manage a formal system to assess staff competence.
Funded for adult social care staff in Brighton and Hove
Our Dignity and Safeguarding Level 2 course aims to provide you with a thorough understanding of the importance of dignity and safeguarding, and is valuable to those working in, or looking to work in, the health and social care sector.
This is a short free course for social care managers with advice on how to create a Safeguarding Culture in your care organisation. Adapted from guidance available from National Institute for Health and Social Care Excellence (NICE) and Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE).
Safeguarding adults in care settings means protecting their right to live in safety and acting to prevent abuse and neglect. Working together to achieve this is everyone’s responsibility
The main focus of this area of inspection is the risk assessment process and how you involve the people you support in deciding what’s appropriate, ensuring you and your staff teams help and document this. This focus also includes your ability to review risks and support longer-term improvement, as well as the safety of the equipment and your staff’s ability to use it.
As an adult social care employer, it’s important to understand your responsibilities around safeguarding and the standards you need to follow. Our Guide to adult safeguarding explains some of the key aspects of safeguarding in your workplace.
To live a life free from abuse and harm is a basic human right. We are all responsible for the protection of people at risk from abuse. This section contains eLearning resources to support safeguarding vulnerable adults and children and young people.
This training has been produced in line with the revised 2018 Sussex Safeguarding
Adults Policy and Procedures.
The Policy sets out the approach taken to adult safeguarding across Sussex. The
Procedures explain how agencies and individuals should work together to put the
Sussex Safeguarding Adults Policy into practice.
The Procedures represent the standards for good practice in adult safeguarding
in Sussex and have been endorsed by Brighton & Hove, East Sussex, and West
Sussex Safeguarding Adults Boards.
Health Education England (HEE) has worked with subject matter experts to develop a set of high quality, national resources on Safeguarding for Levels 1-4.
Safeguarding adults means protecting a person’s right to live in safely, free from abuse and neglect. As an adult social care employer, it’s important to understand your responsibilities around safeguarding and the standards you need to follow.In this module, you’ll start to explore some of the underpinning knowledge you’ll need to embed best practice in safeguarding and mental capacity.
This new workshop helps organisations look at how they can ensure the safety well-being of people in need of care and support services, based on the principles of the Care Act 2014.
9.30am – 4.30pm 7 September 2023
This online safeguarding training course has been written by an experienced Head of Safeguarding who has held strategic positions leading in safeguarding and safeguarding boards at various local authorities. The training course is aimed at people with responsibility for providing managerial support and direction to staff in an organisation or decision making about concerns raised by members of staff and/or members of the public.
The procedures represent the standards for good practice in adult safeguarding in Sussex and have been endorsed by Brighton & Hove, East Sussex and West Sussex Safeguarding Adults Board