Train the Trainer – Safeguarding Awareness

Norfolk Safeguarding Adults Board in partnership with KP Social Care Training Ltd

Presents ‘Train the Trainer Safeguarding Awareness’

The aim of the session is to train staff to deliver safeguarding awareness training to staff and volunteers in their own organisation. Participants will be provided with a set of training materials that they can use back in the workplace including: handouts, exercises, quizzes, case studies, power point presentations and link to a safeguarding awareness film. The pack contents cover all the materials for a half day or full day awareness session and a ninety minute update session.

The dates are:

Tuesday 17 April 2018 at Cotman Housing Association, Bowthorpe Hall Road, Norwich, NR5 9AD

Thursday 12 July 2018 at the Green Britain Centre, Turbine Way, Swaffham, PE37 7HT

Tuesday 11 September 2018 at Cotman Housing Association, Bowthorpe Hall Road, Norwich, NR5 9AD

We currently have three dates (9.15am to 4.30pm). Places will be limited to ensure maximum learning and participation in the event. Please click here to book your place .You will receive joining information nearer to the date of the training.

The total cost is £199; £99 for the trainers pack and £100 for the training for trainers day.

What will I be able to do as a result of attending the training for trainers?

  • Deliver quality, interactive safeguarding adults awareness training to their own staff group in an engaging way for either a half day or full day session.
  • Have participated in the group exercises and considered how to best deliver them to meet the needs of their staff and or volunteers
  • Identify how to adapt the case studies and design their own training materials to best meet the needs of their organisation

The Learning Outcomes of the Safeguarding Awareness Training Pack are;

  1. Describe what is meant by abuse and neglect and be able to recognise the indicators of abuse
  2. Describe your organisation’s procedures for safeguarding adults and your role within them
  3. Recognise your duty of care to adults at risk
  4. Describe how to promote the adult at risk’s choice and control and understand the Making Safeguarding Personal agenda
  5. Identify the principles of the Mental Capacity Act (2005) and understand that adults with capacity can make decisions which may seem unwise
  6. Describe what is meant by consent and the rules of information sharing
  7. Identify how to ensure immediate safety of an adult at risk of harm
  8. Identify how to inform the appropriate person in your organisation of a safeguarding adults concern
  9. Describe how and where to record concerns about abuse and neglect
  10. Describe how to using the ‘Whistleblowing’ policies and procedures

These reflect level one of the Bournemouth Competencies for Safeguarding Adults which have been adopted by NSAB.

Norfolk Safeguarding Adults Board