All housing staff must know how to recognise a situation where a person may be vulnerable to abuse and neglect.
Our training equips housing staff with the skills to carry out their duties around safeguarding adults and children.
Attendees will learn how to improve safeguarding practices within the housing sector. Participants will:
Housing staff or anyone working within housing generally.
This course is mandatory for all foster carers and those working with under 18’s. In order to keep children, safe key adults need to be able to recognise signs and symptoms of abuse and neglect. It is also vital that the reporting and recording process is fully understood.Book now
Designated Safeguarding Officer Training This course will clarify the responsibilities and processes of being a designated Safeguarding Officer. This course will support your organisation in reducing these risks by empowering your staff to take the app …Book now
Learning Outcomes: Understanding aggression Understand how feelings drive behaviour Identify general physiological signs of anger Identify the common triggers of anger Recognise the levels of anger in young people Learn appropriate interventions for each level of anger including actions to avoid being restrained or attacked Have ways to manage your own anger Have de-escalation and defusion techniques Safely disengage from being held Safely disconnect another person from being held Understand personal safety and how to self-protect Post-incident actions – the importance of record-keeping and de-briefingBook now
This course seeks to clarify the responsibilities and processes around Safeguarding to minimise the risk of Housing Services not fulfilling their obligations, failing in their duty of care and ultimately being open to prosecution.
This course will clarify the responsibilities and processes of being a designated Safeguarding Officer. This course will support your organisation in reducing these risks by empowering your staff to take the appropriate and correct actions.