This course is aimed at staff and volunteers who have direct contact with adults at risk of harm or who need protection.
What will I learn?
This course aims to assist management and staff in complying with the Northern Ireland Adult Safeguarding Partnership (NIASP) Training and Development Framework at Level 2, which covers awareness raising, recognising & responding.
This level of training is geared toward all staff and volunteers who have direct contact with adults at risk of harm or adults in need of protection.
What will I be able to do?
At the end of the session, delegates should be able to:
Recognise and Respond to Adult Safeguarding issues
Understand their role and the role of others in the prevention and protection of adults
Contribute to the assessment and management of Risk
Assist in safeguarding and promoting the welfare of Adults at risk.
Values and principles of Adult Safeguarding and best practice
Essential causes and indicators of abuse
Agency/staff policy & procedures
Reporting procedures and recording skills
Workplace policies and relevant legislation
Services provided by support agencies
Confidentiality, capacity and consent.
Individuals are assessed via a multi-format question paper.
Upon successfully completing this course, delegates will be given a certificate valid for three years.