Safeguarding Adults for Managers
Last updated: 17/12/2013
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Managers and Team Leaders of health, social care and other
related services, whose responsibilities include receiving an
initial “Alert” from a Service User, Carer, paid or voluntary
This course consists of two workshops
and delegates will need to attend both sessions. The first one-day
session aims to assist Managers or Team Leaders to be aware of
their role in Safeguarding Adults work and enable them to be
confident in making referrals according to
Cornwall and Isles of Scilly Multi-Agency Safeguarding
Adults Policy. It will also contain a session on action planning
which will encourage delegates to consider how they will change
practice, policies and procedures within their organisations with
regard to safeguarding adults from abuse and neglect.
The second part of the course is a ½
day workshop, which follows approximately one month after the
first, and provides an opportunity for delegates to feedback on the
outcomes from their action plans, using Change Theories to support
The course is delivered on a CASC/ACHW
Multi-agency basis throughout Cornwall and the Isles of
Delegates must have attended Human
Rights for One and All Workshop - incorporating Safeguarding
Adults Core 2 prior to enrolling on this course (with the exception
of the Devon and Cornwall Police who will have attended
equivalent in-house training).
Having completed Safeguarding
Adults for Managers and received the necessary organisational
support and reinforcement, all delegates will have gained knowledge
in the following areas:
Day 1 (full day)
- Vision and Values in health and
social care – managers as leaders.
- Thresholds – poor practice or
- What can we learn from past
- The Safeguarding Adults process – a
Manager/Team Leader’s role.
- Transferring learning into
- Action Planning, looking at internal
Safeguarding policies, practices and procedures.
Day 2 (half day)
- Feedback from delegates on the outcomes from their action
- Use of Change Theory – supporting plans for change within
- Supporting the effective leadership of Safeguarding Adults work
across all organisations.
- Exploring how cultural change is brought about through
You can book onto this course using the Social Care Learning and
Development Online Booking System.
For more information on this course, please contact Michelle
Askew, Learning Support Advisor, on 01872 323671 or email@example.com.