Safeguarding Adults and Children, with Positive Behaviour Support and non-restrictive practice

Course Description

The course is ideal for staff working in a care setting such as residential or domiciliary care setting.
Workers in adult social care have a responsibility to protect the people they provide care and support for from abuse or harm. Front-line workers may be in the best position to recognise abuse, it is important that all employees who will come into contact with adults and children are aware of how to recognise and report suspected abuse.
This course also includes Positive Behavior Support and non-restrictive practice.
Practical strategies for Positive, proactive and non-restrictive practices to reduce the need to implement restrictive practice. Understand how to address any dilemmas Care staff may face between a persons rights and their safety
 
Skills for Care recommend these subjects have a minimum refresher frequency of annually

Course Topics

  • Standard 10 - Safeguarding Adults
  • Standard 11 - Safeguarding Children
  • Recognise potential signs of different forms of abuse
  • Respond to concerns of abuse according to agreed ways of working
  • National and local context of safeguarding
  • Recognise and report unsafe practices
  • Positive, proactive and non-restrictive practices
  • Reducing the need to implement restrictive practices
  • How to address any dilemmas they may face between a persons rights and their safety
  • Encourage individuals to participate in the way their care and support is delivered
  • Non-aversive approaches

CPD Learning Hours:  3 Hours

 
Recommended Audience: 
This course is recommended for people who work in the care sector

For a fixed fee of £259.99+VAT we can provide this course at your workplace for 12 candidates

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