- Norfolk: Developing Safeguarding Practice (Refresher)
Norfolk: Developing Safeguarding Practice (used to be called "Refresher")
A half-day session to enable participants to discuss and develop their safeguarding knowledge and skills in a supportive learning environment. The course will feature safeguarding update and participants will also be encouraged to share examples of work they have undertaken since they completed the awareness and discuss issues they have come across, or practice dilemmas with a skilled and knowledgeable facilitator. Participants will also work with a case study from referral to conclusion of the safeguarding process.
Staff and volunteers who have attended the safeguarding awareness course and require an update and to develop their knowledge and skills of safeguarding adults
Learning outcomes: by the end of this session participants should:
- have received and understood updated knowledge about safeguarding legislation and guidance
- have discussed the Making Safeguarding Personal agenda and know what it means for their practice
- understand the effects of coercion and control on decision-making, and when a safeguarding response is required to protect a service user
- have developed skills and knowledge in safeguarding practice
- have worked with a case study from referral to conclusion of the safeguarding process and understand their role
- Understand how “Professional Curiosity” is a vital technique in helping to Safeguard Adults
Free to employees of Norfolk County Council, and to unpaid volunteers from any organisation in the county of Norfolk.
£25.00 including VAT per person for paid employees of private, voluntary and independent sector care providers.
If you book 3 places at the same time (either on the same session, or on different sessions) then the third place is FREE!