Level 3 Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults
£49 + VAT
Our Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults Level 3 course is designed for people who are wanting more in depth knowledge into safeguarding vulnerable adults. You will gain a understanding of what is meant by safeguarding and the importance of safeguarding training for people who work with vulnerable adults.
All about this course
This Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults Level 3 course is perfect for designated safeguard leads. This course will bring you up to date with legislation, regulations and policies involved in safeguarding vulnerable adults. You will explore the key principles in safeguarding and how safeguarding guidance applies as well as exploring the impacts of long-term and short-term abuse on any individual. Our Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults Level 3 course will also give you an overview about the main agencies involved in safeguarding and what their roles and responsibilities are within this area.
In order to complete the course, you must achieve 80% or more in the final multiple choice quiz.
You will earn 5 CPD points on completion of the course, this course will take around 5 hours to complete and the certificate will last for two years.
Before starting this course you strongly advised that you completed our Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults Level 2 first if you have had no previous safeguard training.
Fully CPD registered
Completed online with instant downloadable certificate
Fully printed certificate posted next day
Complete the online multiple choice assessment as many times as you need to pass
Covers all required legislation and practices
Unit 1 – Introduction to safeguarding vulnerable adults – In the first unit of our Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults Level 3 course you will learnt what is meant by safeguarding and the importance of safeguarding training for those who work with vulnerable adults. You will also explore key principles of safeguarding and know how safeguarding applies.
Unit 2 – Safeguarding and the law – Next you will consider the legislation and policies that are in place to ensure individuals who are considered vulnerable are protected. You will also understand how legislation and procedures are applied by studying the jargon and key terms. You will also consider the roles and responsibilities of people who work with vulnerable adults.
Unit 3 – Types of abuse and how they are identified – In this unit you will examine the kinds of abuse that individuals may experience and what the abuse may involve and how the signs are identified. You will also explore what short and long term impacts of abuse may have on an individual.
Unit 4 – Safeguarding structure- In this unit of our Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults Level 3 course will give you an overview of safeguarding by giving information about the main agencies involved in safeguarding and what their roles and responsibilities are.
Unit 5 – Responding to concerns – In this unit you will examine the basic procedures that need to be carried out if a member of staff has initial concerns about an individuals safety. You will also consider what to do when an adult verbally alleges abuse and also take into account why individuals may not disclose abuse.
Unit 6 – Reporting concerns – In this unit you will learn how concerns should be reported when a member of staff has concerns or received allegations about existing abuse or abuse that is likely to take place, you will also take into consideration how reports should be made when professionals are suspected of involvement in abuse.
Unit 7 – Recording abuse – In this unit you will cover how to record concerns and the kinds of information that a recorded concern should include. You will also study the body map, where physical abuse can be identified and how recorded allegations should be written.
Unit 8 – Post referral – In this last unit of our Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults Level 3 course you will examine what happens once a safeguarding referral has taken place and how it identifies that individual at risk.