PaCT workforce development
Course title: Managing Safely- Safeguarding, the Mental Capacity Act and Deprivation of liberty safeguards (2 days) - £50 per person
This course will support managers to develop the knowledge and skills required to:
- Identify the responsibilities of the management team in delivering a high quality service in line with CQC Outcome 7 'Safeguarding people who use services from abuse'.
- Engage in joint working with all partners to assess and make decisions on the level of risk , seriousness & required level of intervention when responding to a safeguarding alert, in line with HCC's multi-agency safeguarding procedures.
- Describe any relevant changes to legislation and policy in relation to safeguarding adults, and understand these in relation to their practice.
- Understand & implement HCC HR policies & procedures when an allegation of abuse involves a member of staff, and their contribution to the multi-agency safeguarding process.
- Identify the role & responsibilities managers have in the development of individuals' understanding & practice of safeguarding - CQC.
Recognise the importance of the Mental Capacity Act and Deprivati
on of Liberty within Safeguarding
To be confirmed
Dates, times & venues
There are currently no dates available, if you would like to register your interest in this course, please contact Gemma Catlin-Holmes on 01962 845611 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Link to CQC guidance for compliance
This course is linked to outcome 7
People who use services:
- Are protected from abuse, or the risk of abuse, and their human rights are respected and upheld.
This is because providers who comply with the regulations will:
- Take action to identify and prevent abuse from happening in a service
- Respond appropriately when it is suspected that abuse has occurred or is at risk of occurring
- Ensure that Government and local guidance about safeguarding people from abuse is accessible to all staff and put into practice
- Make sure that the use of restraint is always appropriate, reasonable, proportionate and justifiable to that individual
- Only use de-escalation or restraint in a way that respects dignity and protects human rights, and where possible respects the preferences of people who use services
- Understand how diversity, beliefs and values of people who use services may influence the identification, prevention and response to safeguarding concerns
- Protect others from the negative effect of any behaviour by people who use services
- Where applicable, only use Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards when it is in the best interests of the person who uses the service and in accordance with the Mental Capacity Act 2005
For further information about this course please contact Gemma Catlin-Holmes on 01962 845611 or at email@example.com
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