Safeguarding Adults: A Guide
Safeguarding adults is a complicated area and one that needs careful consideration. It is important that every organisation working closely with adults has an awareness of safeguarding adults and what this entails.
Our Safeguarding Adults course has been developed for health and social care workers who are likely to encounter adults at risk of abuse in their role.
The Safeguarding Everyone course has been developed for those of you who have a duty for protecting adults at risk, children and young people.
Driving Behaviour Changes in SafeguardingIs your training programme making the difference it needs to? Download our infographic for an overview of safeguarding children, young people and adults at risk and see how Virtual College can help you.
The training raises awareness and sparks my 'professional curiosity' - when I spot signs of abuse, I am able to raise concerns and ask questions.
The courses give confidence to staff that they can make a difference to people's lives through their roles.