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This course will give an overview of safeguarding people who may be suffering from abuse or improper treatment while receiving care and treatment. What constitutes abuse and improper treatment, processes and procedures, and reporting will be discussed.
At the end of this course, the learner will be able to:
- Understand what constitutes abuse and improper treatment
- Describe the needs for systems and procedures to prevent and investigate abuse or improper treatment
- Safeguarding Service Users from Abuse and Improper Treatment – Course Introduction
- What is Regulation 13?
- Provider Responsibilities
- Regulation 13 in Full
- Systems and Processes
- Training and Education
- Systems and Processes in Action
- Roles and Responsibilities
- Steps Taken Following Abuse
- Restraint in Use
- Degrading a Service User
- Meeting a Person’s Needs
- Deprivation of Liberty
Who is this course for?
This online course has been written at an introductory level 1 for all levels that fit the criteria to take training as part of their role. This includes:
- Refresher training
- Knowledge enhancement
It is suitable for the following:
- All individuals who want to improve their knowledge and understanding of safeguarding
- Health Care workers
- Nurses, Doctors, Ambulance services, clinical and non-clinical workers
- Social Care Workers including Councils, Carers and Care assistants
- Youth workers including activity leaders, passenger transport and volunteers
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