CSTF Safeguarding Adults - Level 3

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    CSTF Safeguarding Adults - Level 3 - Online Training Course.


    Welcome to The Mandatory Training Group's CSTF Safeguarding Adults online course. All our online training courses, programmes and qualifications are accredited by the CPD Certification Service (CPDUK).

    All agencies and professionals involved with the adult at risk have a duty to share all relevant information promptly and must never assume that someone else has done so. Healthcare organisations are responsible for ensuring people’s dignity and rights and meeting statutory duties to safeguard adults, including a systematic approach, effective leadership at all levels and an organisational culture where care and compassion are valued. 

    This course covers safeguarding adults training for healthcare workers at Level 3 and meets the learning outcomes of the UK Core Skills Training Framework (UKCSTF) v1.1. Make sure you have completed all the training required according to your local policies and procedures.

    Course content

    This CSTF Safeguarding Adults online course is divided into the following sections:

    • Introduction
    • Section 1 - Types of abuse in adults
    • Section 2 - Assessing the risk of harm
    • Section 3 - Effective communication
    • Section 4 - Actions to take following safeguarding concerns
    • Section 5 - Reviewing safeguarding practice
    • Section 6 - Effective safeguarding supervision
    • Section 7 - Safeguarding meetings and enquiries
    • Summary
    • References and resources
    • End of course assessment.

      Who is this course for?

      This CSTF Safeguarding Adults online course is suitable for all registered healthcare staff who engage in assessing, planning, intervening and evaluating the needs of adults where there are safeguarding concerns (as appropriate to the role).

          Aims

          The aims of this CSTF Safeguarding Adults online course are to:

          • Develop a good understanding of assessing risk and protecting adults at risk.
          • Familiarise how to effectively communicate with adults at risk of abuse, neglect or harm, and gather and share information for interagency safeguarding assessments.

            Learning objectives

            This CSTF Safeguarding Adults online course will: 

            • Establish the signs and symptoms of harm and abuse in adults.
            • Discuss ways to assess and safeguard a vulnerable adult.
            • Consider how to complete a care plan for an adult who has been or may be subjected to abuse, harm or neglect.
            • Discuss how to effectively communicate with adults at risk of harm and abuse, especially when there are mental capacity issues, learning disabilities or other communication needs.
            • Establish where to find additional sources of help and support for adult safeguarding.
            • Discuss how to review organisational safeguarding practices effectively.
            • Examine the importance of supervision and how to deliver and receive adequate safeguarding supervision.
            • Consider the lessons learnt from serious case reviews and how to play a vital role in serious case reviews, safeguarding enquiries and multidisciplinary meetings.

              Learning outcomes

              On completion of this CSTF Safeguarding Adults online course, you will be able to:

              • Identify possible signs of sexual, physical, or emotional abuse or neglect using a person-centred approach.
              • Identify adults experiencing abuse, harm or neglect who have caring responsibilities for other adults or children and make appropriate referrals.
              • Undertake, where appropriate, a risk and/or harm assessment.
              • Demonstrate a clear understanding, as appropriate to the role, of forensic procedures in adult safeguarding and know how to relate these to practice to meet clinical and legal requirements as required.
              • Demonstrate an ability to undertake forensic procedures and know how to present the findings and evidence to legal requirements.
              • Communicate effectively with adults at risk, particularly those with mental capacity issues, learning disabilities or communication needs.
              • State how to contribute and make considered judgements on safeguarding adults at risk.
              • Explain how to formulate and communicate effective care plans for adults who have been or may be subjected to abuse, harm or neglect.
              • Demonstrate an understanding of the issues surrounding suspicion of adult abuse, harm and neglect and how to effectively manage uncertainty and risk.
              • Describe how to contribute to inter-agency assessments by gathering and sharing information appropriately.
              • State how to participate in and chair multidisciplinary meetings as required.
              • State how to undertake documented reviews of your own (and/or team) adult safeguarding as appropriate to the role.
              • Explain how to deliver and receive supervision within effective models of supervision and/or peer review and recognise the potential personal impact of adult safeguarding on professionals.
              • State how to apply the lessons learnt from audit and serious case reviews, case management reviews, and significant case reviews to improve practice.
              • Analyse how to advise others on appropriate information sharing.
              • State how to appropriately contribute to serious case reviews, case management reviews, significant case reviews, and domestic homicide review processes.
              • Analyse how to document concerns in a manner that is appropriate for adult safeguarding protection and legal processes.
              • Distinguish how to obtain support and help in situations where there are safeguarding problems requiring further expertise and experience.
              • Demonstrate the skills required to participate in a safeguarding enquiry.

              CSTF Safeguarding Adults - Level 3 - Online Training Course.

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