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Safeguarding adults at risk - designated person

Understand the role and responsibilities particularly around documenting and reporting abuse

Who the course is for:

This course is aimed at the adult safeguarding lead (or designated person) in voluntary and community organisations. It is also relevant for managers/trustees wanting to accompany their lead or to find out about the role in order to appoint a lead.
All those wanting to attend this course must have completed a Level 1 Safeguarding Adults at Risk course in the last 2 years.

Course date: Wednesday 30 March 2022
Time: 10.00-12.30 (30min break included)

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Course content:

  • Overview of Hertfordshire Safeguarding Adults Board Multi Agency Policy and Procedure

  • Examination of the role and responsibilities of the Safeguarding Lead or Designated Person

  • Good practice for facilitating disclosure and recording

  • Reporting and Referral processes in Hertfordshire

  • Staying up-to-date with developments in safeguarding practice


Course will be delivered interactively, with pre and post course exercises and materials provided.
Pre-course notes will be sent to you upon registration. Please note that you need to read these in order to complete the course.

Learning outcomes:

  • Know how to report and refer cases of suspected abuse or allegations

  • Understand how to provide support, advice and expertise within the organisation

  • Be able to provide feedback to your organisation on safeguarding procedures and training needs

  • Be prepared for potential investigations and enquiries



About the trainers:

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

Cost:

£15 Hertfordshire VCS organisation staff or volunteer
£35 Hertfordshire private or statutory organisations staff or volunteers
Please arrange payment before the start of the course. Payment can be made by Direct debit or PayPal HERE.

Contact:

booking@hertscf.org.uk

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