Online Safeguarding Training for General Practices and Primary Medical Services

SAFE operates a training credits system where organisations can take advantage of volume discounts by purchasing a number of credits that
they can then allocate to courses as required. Credits do not expire and can be used by allocating them to individuals in the practice
any time. Administrators have visibility of the status of safeguarding training across the practice.

1 training credit = 1 training course.

When you click 'Buy Now' simply change the number of credits to the number of courses you require. For example if you require
both child safeguarding and adult safeguarding you will need to purchase two credits. If you are the designated person, lead
or deputy you will need four courses and therefore four credits. If in doubt call us on 01379-871091.

Standard Child Safeguarding

Course Overview

This course is essential for all those in the health sector who volunteer or work directly with children, young people
or their families. Compliant with the latest legislation, government guidance and with direct links to your local
Safeguarding Children Board, this course covers everything workers need to know about what might concern them,
how to respond to concerns appropriately and consider safer working practice.

The course meets the training requirements of the Care Quality Commission (CQC) and is in line with guidance
from the British Medical Association (BMA),
General Medical Council (GMC), RCGP, all Nursing Professional
Associations and Colleges, and the
Safeguarding Children and Young people: roles and competences for health care staff Intercollegiate document September 2014.

Additionally it meets the educational criteria required for verifiable Continuing Professional Development, representing
3 hours of CPD
. Content includes:

  • Legislation & Guidance

  • Recognition of child abuse

  • How to respond to concerns

  • Who to contact when there is a concern

  • Fulfilling "duty of care"

  • Safe practice and keeping children safe

  • Additional links and safeguarding resource downloads

A certificate will be provided upon successful completion of SAFE online training courses. Certificates can be downloaded and printed at any time
and remain valid for two years.
Staff training records can be downloaded in Excel format and stored as part of the employee HR record.

 

Online Leading on Child Safeguarding (Designated Professional)

Course Overview

This course is specifically developed for the senior designated professional in health settings and is compliant with the latest legislation and government guidance. The course includes links to your local Safeguarding Children Board. It also covers the key aspects of managing safeguarding arrangements including child protection and other vital policies, identifying concerns and making referrals, handling allegations and complaints and elements of eSafety.

* Completion of the SAFE Standard Child Safeguarding course (or equivalent) is a prerequisite.

The courses meet the training requirements of the Care Quality Commission (CQC) and the Safeguarding Children and Young People: roles and competences for health care staff Intercollegiate document September 2014.

Within your setting you will have a multi-professional team including general practitioners, various nursing roles and a range of other staff such as support staff and practice management.  Some staff will have a commitment to continual professional development (CPD) and SAFE's training represents 3 hours of verifiable CPD

A certificate will be provided upon successful completion of SAFE online training courses. Certificates can be downloaded and printed at any time and remain valid for two years.

 

Online Standard Adult Safeguarding

Course Overview

This Standard Adult Safeguarding course - also known as Safeguarding of Vulnerable Adults (SOVA) or Protection of Vulnerable Adults (POVA), is essential learning for all those who work or volunteer directly with vulnerable adults or their families. Compliant with the latest legislation, government guidance and including links to your local Adult Safeguarding Board, this online e-learning course covers everything staff need to know about what might concern them, how to respond to concerns appropriately and what to consider in adopting safer working practice.

The course is interactive and takes around an hour to complete and students need not complete the training in a single sitting.

The courses meet the training requirements of the Care Quality Commission (CQC).

Within your setting you will have a multi-professional team including general practitioners, various nursing roles and a range of other staff such as support staff and practice management.  Some staff will have a commitment to continual professional development (CPD) and SAFE's training represents 3 hours of verifiable CPD

Summary:

General Adult Safeguarding course covering:

  • Legislation and guidance

  • The recognition of adult abuse

  • How to respond to concerns

  • Who to contact when there is a concern

  • Fulfilling "duty of care"

  • Safe practice and keeping vulnerable adults safe

A certificate will be provided upon successful completion of SAFE online training courses. Certificates can be downloaded and printed at any time and remain valid for two years.

 

Online Standard Safeguarding Adults With Dementia

Course Overview

Based on and including all necessary aspects of our Standard Adult Safeguarding course, the Safeguarding Adults with Dementia course has been developed specifically for those who work with adults at risk who have dementia. Our Safeguarding experts have developed this course in collaboration with our dementia expert who has 17 years working experience in the field.

Compliant with the latest legislation, government guidance and including links to your local Adult Safeguarding Board, this online e-learning course covers everything staff need to know about what might concern them, how to respond to concerns appropriately and what to consider in adopting safer working practice.

The course is interactive and takes around an hour to complete and students need not complete the training in a single sitting. The training meets the requirements of the Care Quality Commission (CQC) and General Dental Council (GDC) .

Within your setting you will have a multi-professional team including general practitioners, various nursing roles and a range of other staff such as support staff and practice management.  Some staff will have a commitment to continual professional development (CPD) and SAFE's training represents 3 hours of verifiable CPD

Summary:

Adult Safeguarding course specifically for those working with people who have dementia covering:

  • Legislation and guidance

  • The recognition of adult abuse

  • How to respond to concerns

  • Who to contact when there is a concern

  • Fulfilling "duty of care"

  • Safe practice and keeping adults at risk safe

This course meets the educational criteria required for verifiable Continuing Professional Development under the General Dental Council Lifelong Learning Scheme and represents 3 hours of verifiable CPD.

A certificate will be provided upon successful completion of SAFE online training courses. Certificates can be downloaded and printed at any time and remain valid for two years.

 

Online Leading on Adult Safeguarding

 

Course Overview

This course is specifically developed for the designated safeguarding person and their deputy in health settings and is compliant with the latest legislation, government guidance and includes links to your local Adult Safeguarding Board.

The course covers the key aspects of managing safeguarding arrangements including adult safeguarding and other vital policies, identifying concerns/making referrals, handling allegations and complaints, and eSafety. The course also meets the training requirements of  the Care Quality Commission (CQC) and  General Medical Council (GMC).

Completion of the SAFE Standard Adult Safeguarding Course (or equivalent) is a prerequisite.

The course meets the training requirements of the Care Quality Commission (CQC) and is in line with guidance from the British Medical Association (BMA), General Medical Council (GMC), RCGP, and all Nursing Professional Associations and Colleges. Additionally it meets the educational criteria required for verifiable Continuing Professional Development, representing 3 hours of CPD.

A certificate will be provided upon successful completion of SAFE online training courses. Certificates can be downloaded and printed at any time and remain valid for two years.

Additional Training (Free)

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