Principles of Safeguarding (Level 2) 1 day course
Safeguarding is how we can protect children, young people and vulnerable adults from abuse or neglect by the actions, or lack of actions, of another person. In order to safeguard and protect persons from abuse or neglect we need to learn how to identify vulnerable individuals and take necessary steps to stop abuse and neglect.
Everyone has the right to be safe and live without the fear of abuse, neglect or exploitation and this course aims to teach you how to recognise the signs of abuse and neglect and what actions you can take to stop this from happening and occurring again in the future. Abuse, neglect and exploitation can occur anywhere and by anyone, quite often being a person of trust.
This course is designed for all persons, no matter the field that they are directly involved in, to give them the tools and knowledge to make a difference to a vulnerable person’s life. It will also let the practitioner reporting the abuse know how they can safeguard themselves in every day work, while seeking help and reporting the incident identified.
This is a 1-day (Shorter awareness courses available) classroom-based course. Attendance of this safeguarding qualification will count towards the safeguarding component of the British Canoeing Coach Update Scheme.
A range of subjects are covered including:
- Safeguarding legislation and guidance
- Indictors of abuse or neglect
- Making judgements
- Roles and responsibilities
- Sharing of information
- Dealing with and reporting of allegations and complaints
Attendance of this safeguarding qualification will count towards the safeguarding component of the British Canoeing Coach Update Scheme.
Maximum of 12 delegates
Positive Handling of Young People and Vulnerable Adults
This is a qualification that indicates an individual can undertake a specific role in the workplace and that may be relied upon by employers.
The training will include the following:
- Law and risks of physical intervention when working with young people and vulnerable adults
- Developing an understand the difference between restrictive and non restrictive physical intervention
- Look at the term ‘physical intervention’ ‘restrictive intervention’ in terms of low level restrictive and highly restrictive
- Define the term ‘non restrictive intervention’
- Understand the law relating to disengagement and physical intervention when working with young
- people and vulnerable adults
- Legislation and guidance relating to disengagement and physical intervention impacts upon work with young people and vulnerable adults
- Concepts of ‘reasonable force’, ‘necessity’ and ‘proportionality’
- Know the risk factors associated with physical intervention
- The factors that increase the likelihood that physical intervention will be required
- Individual factors which may increase the risk of injury
- Situational factors which may increase the risk of injury
- How to reduce risks associated with physical intervention