Safeguarding workforce development
Safeguarding adults means making sure that vulnerable adults are protected from abuse.
Everyone who works in a health and social care environment has a shared responsibility to ensure that all vulnerable adults are safeguarded. The specific level of responsibility and involvement you have within the safeguarding process will be determined by the role you hold.
All training underpins the strategic direction and priorities of the Hampshire Adult Safeguarding Board and reflects a strong multi agency approach. Course content is supported and influenced by the work of the service user forum, service user committee and learning from serious and critical case reviews and national and local trends.
If you need to make a safeguarding alert during office hours contact:
If you want to discuss a potential safeguarding concern please contact one of our safeguarding coordinators for advice during office hours
To identify appropriate learning and development opportunities for you, please select the area you work in
Adult Services (HCC)
For Adult Services staff working within a social care role
Private and Voluntary Sector
The PaCT website has information on the Safeguarding courses they provide for staff in a care role within this sector, which includes private care homes and registered charities
Service Provider Guidance
Download the Safeguarding guidance for Provider Services 2013