ALL current Safeguarding Adults Board Training, Webinars and E-Learning
Event Type: Training
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Choice & Control in Hoarding Behaviours Training Session
Aims and Objectives:
- Understanding hoarding disorder
- Case study work (throughout)
- Risk/Risk Assessment/Legislation including Safeguarding and Care Act 2014
- Positive engagement/Techniques
- Outcomes are policy and practice tools as well as an action plan
Target Audience: This Training is available for all professionals within an Adult and/or Child Health and Social Care setting.
Presented by: Megan Karnes, Hoarding UK
- 28 May 2021
- 25 June 2021
- 23 July 2021
- 27 August 2021
- 24 September 2021
- 29 October 2021
To sign up to one of the Hoarding Training Sessions, CLICK HERE to sign in to the Learning Hub using your login details, enrol on the course and click sign up next to the date that you wish to attend
Safeguarding Concerns Webinars:
Safeguarding means protecting an adult’s right to live in safety, free from abuse and neglect. It is about people and organisations working together to prevent and stop both the risks and experience of abuse or neglect, while at the same time making sure that the adult’s wellbeing is promoted including, where appropriate, having regard to their views, wishes, feelings and beliefs in deciding on any action.’ DH 2014. Making Safeguarding Personal (ADASS, 2014) practice guidance has influenced the Care Act and indicates a shift in the culture of safeguarding adults. We must involve the adult ‘experiencing, or at risk of, abuse or neglect’ in decisions about their safeguarding. ‘Organisations should always promote the adult’s wellbeing in their safeguarding arrangements. People have complex lives and being safe is only one of the things they want for themselves. Professionals should work with the adult to establish what being safe means to them and how that can be best achieved. Professionals and other staff should not be advocating “safety” measures that do not take account of individual well-being, as defined in Section 1 of the Care Act. ’ DH 2014.
These workshops are to provide you with an opportunity to engage in discussions about the application of the Safeguarding Concerns Framework, the principles and the criteria to support the rationale for your decision making about whether in your agency or organisation you should raise a safeguarding concern.
- 19 May 2021
- 15 June 2021
- 12 August 2021
- 25 August 2021
To sign up to one of the Safeguarding Concerns Webinars, CLICK HERE to sign in to the Learning Hub using your login details, enrol on the course and click sign up next to the date that you wish to attend.