Safeguarding Adults (Awareness) – for Health and Social Care
Get a grip of the basic principles of safeguarding for adults with this short course aimed at health and social care professionals.
If you’re working in elderly protective services or just need a grounding in safeguarding adults procedures, this course will help you understand how to recognise and prevent abuse of vulnerable adults in a health or social care setting.
and 30 minutes
All of our courses have been independently accredited as conforming to Continuing Professional Development (CPD) guidelines.
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Purchases of 10 or more courses will automatically recieve a 10% discount at checkout. We also offer discounts to charities and organisations looking to buy licenses in bulk. Contact us for more information.
4 reviews for Safeguarding Adults (Awareness) – for Health and Social Care
The course was very interesting and informative. It was easy to follow and the information was broken down into manageable chunks.
Enjoyed the course!
I found this course very knowledgeable and useful.
I wouldn’t change anything!
I found this course both informative and interesting and will be very useful in the line of work I do.
I found the course to be extremely informative and was very useful to refresh my knowledge on safeguarding
Excellent clear concise given all the relevant information.
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