This Safeguarding Adults at Risk course looks at recognizing and alerting others to suspected abuse. SAAR training is targeted towards staff involved in the delivery of direct care provision to vulnerable adults in residential and domiciliary care settings.
The SAAR course covers the Care Quality Commission and Skills for Care requirements. This course meets Standard 5 of Skills for Care: Recognise and respond to abuse and neglect.
The Safeguarding Adults at Risk (SAAR) course duration is ½ day and the times can be suited to your requirements.
- Responsibilities of Multi agencies
- Define Abuse/at risk groups
- Name forms and types of abuse
- Develop strategies to protect adults at risk
- Describe how to monitor individuals at risk
- Identify the process for reporting and protecting adults at risk (whistleblowing)
- Complete body maps/evidence
- Discuss organisational responsibilities
- Access current legislation guidance
- Policies and procedures
A certificate is awarded on successful completion of the Safeguarding Adults at Risk course.