Safeguarding adults at risk - level 1

This course will help organisations to comply with the requirements of The Care Act.

Who the course is for
For all staff and volunteers working in a voluntary sector social care environment and who have not attended a course within the last 2 years.
N.B. This course is relevant for safeguarding leads/designated persons, but they should also attend the Designated Person training provided by HCF.

What previous delegates have said:
"I can really recommend this training day. I have attended others in the past but because there were attendees from very different organisations it was much more refreshing."
"Good balance of input and participation."

Course date: 12/11/2019
Start time: 9.30 (9.15 Registration)
End time: 16.00
Venue: Meeting Room: Guy Maunsell, AECOM Ltd, AECOM House, 63-77 Victoria Street, St Albans, AL1 3ER


Course Content:

  • How to define an Adult at Risk

  • How to identify if an adult is being abused or exploited

  • The Care Act 2014 & the HCC multi-agency policy and procedures

  • Who to talk to and what to do if you have concerns

Learning outcomes:

  • Know the three key criteria of an adult at risk

  • Name the key principles of safeguarding adults

  • Be able to identify different types of abuse

  • Recognise symptoms or indicators of abuse

  • Differentiate the three key roles in Safeguarding Adults

About the trainer:

Sonia Clarke is a PTLLS-trained experienced tutor, accredited by HCC to deliver Level 1 and Designated Person Safeguarding Adults at Risk courses.


£35 VCS – CVS members
£45 VCS - non members
£90 private/statutory

020 3559 3559


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