This short course is designed for managers and health care professionals working in the health and social care sector to examine their approach to adult protection procedures as well as the procedure of other agencies and how these work together. To improve the effectiveness of adult protection investigations. To promote effective communication and collaboration with other services and professionals when dealing with adult protection issues.
By the end of the course delegates will have learnt:
- To teach the principles of the Mental Capacity Act, Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults and Equality and Diversity and the relevance and importance of which in relation to the role of the Care Worker.
- To identify the 5 Key Principles of the Mental Capacity Act and it’s relevance to your workplace.
- To explain how capacity is assessed and recognises decision making in a person’s best interest.
- To recognise all forms of abuse and demonstrate the principles of safeguarding vulnerable adults and reporting abuse.
- To demonstrate equality and diversity within all aspects of your role and to ensure the dignity and autonomy of residents are upheld at all times
- To demonstrate the importance of professionalism within confidentiality and record keeping.
6 Hours 09.30am – 4.30pm
Managers and Supervisors working in the care sector. To examine their approach to adult protection procedures as well as the procedures of other agencies and how these work together
For more information about this course or to request an application form please phone 01823 448100.
£95.00 + VAT.