Health & Social Care
 
Safeguarding Adults (for Managers)
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>>AIM
The aim of this one-day programme is to explore how managers demonstrate safe, effective, caring, responsive leadership within the context of thier provider manager role

>>OBJECTIVES
By the end of the course, participants will be able to:

  • Describe how they would meet required service qulity standards
  • Explain their role in supporting staff who report suspected/actual abuse
  • State their responsibilities to the abused person
  • State their responsibilities to the alledged abuser
  • State their responsibilities to others involved, e.g. service users, staff
  • Explain how they will prioritise their actions
  • Describe their responsibilities in the recruitment, selection, management, supervision and training of staff
  • Describe how they will respond to incidents complaints and whistleblowers
  • demostrate an understanding of the legislation relevant to safeguarding
  • Describe how to challenge Local Authority Safeguarding decisions using aprropriate organisation/Local Authority escalation proceedures

>>DURATION
One day.

>>PARTICIPANT NUMBERS
This course should be run for groups of up to 12.

>>DESIGNED FOR
This programme is specifically aimed at those who own or manage care or support services.


The contents of this course will incorporate issues of equal opportunities and anti-oppressive practice to assist participants in understanding and challenging all forms of discrimination.

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Safeguarding Adults (for Managers)