Surrey Safeguarding Adults Training - Voluntary and Community Awareness

By admin at January 17, 2011 13:48
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Voluntary and Community Awareness

 23rd February 2011, Runnymede Centre, Chertsey

9.30am - 12.30pm  or   1.30pm - 4.30pm

 

 

 Aim

An introduction to Safeguarding Adults, including aspects of Surrey’s multi-agency approach to the topic, and to enable participants to understand their roles and responsibilities in relation to Safeguarding Adults and those of their colleagues in partner agencies.

  

Duration

Half day         9.30am – 12.30pm   or         1.30pm – 4.30pm

  

Trainers

Colin Walke

In-Trac Training and Consultancy Ltd

  

Audience

This training is targeted at front line workers who work (paid or voluntary) with or for small voluntary, independent and community based organisations.

 (Surrey County Council, Police and Health Service staff should attend training organised within their own organisations.

  

Objectives

By the end of the training participants should:

  Ø  Understand and explain what constitutes abuse.

  Ø  Understand how and when adults may be considered vulnerable.

 Ø  Identify some indicators of abuse.

 Ø  Explain the factors to be considered in assessing whether a situation is abusive.

 Ø  Be aware of the Safeguarding Adults procedures relating to their service, across Surrey and the key legislation.

 Ø  Know when and to whom, suspected abuse/neglect should be reported.

 Ø  Situate Safeguarding Adults within a multi agency context within Surrey.

  

If you wish to attend this course please complete the application form below and return it as soon as possible.

 

 

Vol and com awareness application form.doc (41.50 kb)