Mandatory Courses

Children’s Safeguarding Level 1

Duration: ½ day course

Staff Groups: This course is aimed at all staff and volunteers working with children.

Course Overview: To increase your awareness and understanding of what safeguarding children means, in order to increase your confidence to enable you to make a positive contribution towards the process.

Course Aims:

• Identify and discuss background and legislation within which children's welfare is safeguarded and promoted and why it is important

• Define safeguarding, maltreatment and vulnerable groups

• Discuss what children need to support their safety and well being

• Describe key indicators of abuse in line with current research

• Define bullying and the potential effects on children and young people

• Outline policies and procedures for managing bullying and how to support children and young people and their family

• Outline policies and procedures for safeguarding children and young people and how to share information within your work setting

• Outline and demonstrate how to respond and report to allegations of abuse by colleagues, including whistleblowing

• Define the importance of e-safety for children and young people

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DOLS

Duration: ½ day course

Staff Groups: This course is aimed at all staff and volunteers working in health and social care.

Course Overview: This Mental Capacity Act (2005) came into force October 2007. DoLs are part of that legislation and came into force in April 2009. This session will provide you with a working knowledge of the existing legal framework for protecting adults.

Course Aims:

• Discuss the MCA 2005 Five Key Principles (What is it founded upon)

• Review the Bournewood Case

• Differentiate between Restraint & Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards

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Equality & Diversity

Duration: ½ day course

Staff Groups: This course is aimed at all staff and volunteers working in health and social care.

Course Overview: ‘Equality is everyone’s right and everyone’s responsibility’. This training promotes the requirements of the Equality and Diversity Act 2010 and supports the Council’s vision of ensuring everyone can enjoy the social, cultural, political and economic life of the city. This half day awareness session will strengthen your understanding of Equality & Diversity.

Course Aims:

• Definitions of Equality & Diversity

• Equality Policy & Procedures

• Key principles of anti-discrimination legislation

• Impact of discrimination on a person

• The Equality Act 2010

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Mental Capacity Act 2005/ DoLs

Duration: ½ day course or full day course depending on needs

Staff Groups: This course is aimed at all staff and volunteers working in health and social care.

Course Overview: The Mental Capacity Act (2005) came into force in Oct 2007. It provides a coherent legal framework for people who may not be able to make their own decisions because of a learning disability, an illness such as dementia or mental health problems. This session will provide you with a working knowledge of the existing legal framework for protecting adults.

Course Aims:

• What is the Mental Capacity Act & why do we need it?

• The Five Key Principles (What is it founded upon)

• Triggers & How to assess capacity & what happens if capacity is lacking?

• Best Interests & Acting Lawfully

• Restraint & Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards

• How it links into Lasting Powers of Attorney, Court Appointed Deputies, Advanced Decisions,  Court of Protection & The Office of the Public Guardian

• New criminal offences of ill-treatment & wilful neglect

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MCA 2005 Level 2

Duration: Full day course

Staff Groups: This course is aimed at all staff with a supervisory or management role.

Course Overview: The Mental Capacity Act (2005) came into force in Oct 2007, It provides a coherent legal framework for people who may not be able to make their own decisions because of a learning disability, an illness such as dementia or mental health problems. This session will provide you with a working knowledge of the existing legal framework for protecting adults.

Course Aims:

• Review of MCA with particular reference to the 5 key principles

• Examine what capacity and how assessments reflect the specific decision being made

• Discuss ways in which individuals can be supported to make their own decisions

• Who is the decision maker and their role in the assessing of capacity

• Explore ways in which people communicate

• Understand what Best Interests means and how to evidence compliance

• Review DoLs and how it applies in different care settings and how the new LPS will impact on services

• Discuss the relationship between MCA, compliance and safeguarding

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Moving & Positioning of People

Duration: ½ day course

Staff Groups: This course is aimed at all staff working in health and social care.

 Course Overview: This course is ideal for all Health & Social Care. It includes safer moving and positioning of people as well as manual handling of objects. The course is designed to meet the requirements and recommendations of the HSE Manual Handling Regulations 1992 as well as other relevant regulations and guidelines. It also includes a module on slips, trips and falls.

Course Aims:

• Introductory Manual Handling Training

• Lifting Safety

• Moving and Lifting Objects

• Moving and Positioning People

• Moving People with a Mechanical Device

• Lifting Aids (optional)

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Other Training

Other training is available on request, this includes:

• Bite Size Refresher Sessions

• Safeguarding Adults Level 1 Train The Trainer

• MCA 2005 Train The Trainer

• Moving & Positioning Train The Trainer

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Safeguarding Adults Level 1

Duration: ½ day course

Staff Groups: This course is aimed at all staff and volunteers who do not have a supervisory or management role but have a duty to pass on safeguarding concerns appropriately.

Course Overview: This course looks at the potential causes and indicators of abuse and fulfilling your duty to pass on any disclosures or allegations, the feedback you can expect after making an alert.  How to address any immediate safety or protection needs of the alleged adult at risk, the recording of the incident in your workplace.

Course Aims:

• Personal values and beliefs that underpin safeguarding adults

• Know what to look out for

• To establish a shared understanding of best working practice in offering support

• To understand procedures in line with the Care Act when reporting abuse & procedures after an alert

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Safeguarding Adults Level 2

Duration: Full day course

Staff Groups: This course is aimed at all staff with a supervisory or management role who will have the responsibility for dealing with concerns and referring appropriately.

 Course Overview: This course looks at the initial alert and the decision making process in deciding to make a referral, taking into consideration consent and capacity of the alleged vulnerable adult, keeping them at the centre of the decision making process. How and who to refer to and the different types of response you could expect.

Course Aims:

• Know how to deal with concerns and refer appropriately

• Personal values and beliefs that underpin safeguarding adults

• Know what to look out for

• To establish a shared understanding of best working practice in offering support

• To understand procedures in line with the Care Act when reporting abuse & procedures after an alert

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Working With Medication in Health & Social Care

Duration: ½ day course

Staff Groups: This course is aimed at all staff working in health and social care who work with medication.

Course Overview: Working with Medication training is designed to enable healthcare workers to perform their duties safely and effectively when assisting clients or residents with their medication.

Staff Groups:

• Key legislation and regulations

• Different types of medicines and how they are used

• Risks associated with medicines

• Recognise and report errors

• Rights of medication and administration

• Common side effects

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Bespoke professional training courses for Health & Social Care organisations, which are both practical and enjoyable.