Safeguarding Adults (Levels 1 and 2)
Do you know what to do if you suspect someone is a victim of abuse? If you’re working with vulnerable adults, it’s important that you’re able to spot the signs.
The right actions could save a life. From the basics through to referring someone you suspect is a victim of abuse to ensure they receive the right care, this Safeguarding Adults (Levels 1 and 2) course bundle has it all.
7 reviews for Safeguarding Adults (Levels 1 and 2)
It was very good informative course.
Very educative and helpful.
The course was very helpful and informative. All legislation is up to date and the training was relevant to my needs.
Its very well presented, allowing the end test to be retaken.
Everything was just perfect. very informative. Very helpful to many carers.
It is very good and paced at the right level.
I really liked the hypothetical situations and the questions concerning them during the course, made it more engaging and easier to understand and remember.
Excellent course…a great range of scenarios relating to a very wide range of people, agencies and institutions. Great being able to revisit and go back over things if you get a question wrong, really embeds the learning.
A very good course which results in a clear understanding of adult safeguarding, identifying and responding to concerns about risk
I found the course enjoyable and informative. I thought the way in which it was partly interactive was particularly useful and engaging. It was also very positive that it was broken down into manageable chunks.
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