Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults Level 2
(non-Endorsed, BYTSYZ e-Learning assessed and certificated)
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£39.00 + VAT
(inclusive: all modules, online training, unlimited trial assessments, 1 (one) final assessment for each module, certificate, online and phone student support)
e-Learning, Online (exclusively over the Internet).
Assessment criterion based multiple choice questions with instant results.
All our courses conform to universally accepted Continuous Professional Development (CPD) criteria.
7 hours 53 minutes
(this time does not in anyway suggest that you personally will complete the course in this time. Some individuals study faster then others so the study time differs from individual to individual.)
BYTSYZ e-Learning Certificate of achievement and student transcript.
Any individual who has a responsibility to recognise and protect vulnerable adults from abuse. This course of study will also be relevant to any individual who has to interact with and safeguard vulnerable adults in their daily work (eg. charity workers, youth organisations, voluntary organisations, college staff/students, school staff, care organisations, NHS trusts etc). It will be of particular benefit for people who work in health and social care settings.
This BYTSYZ online course will enable students to have a clear understanding of the concept of vulnerability and the safeguarding of vulnerable adults in a range of care settings, some of which are regulated under the Health and Social Care Act (2012) and the Care Act (2014). The online course provides a detailed examination of the Safeguarding of Vulnerable Adults (SoVA) framework and its implementation process.
The study will focus in detail on the various forms that abuse can take, whilst distinguishing between its types and patterns. Students will consider the definition of adult abuse and develop a clear understanding of who is a vulnerable adult and who the potential abusers are.
The course will enable students to recognise the signs and symptoms of abuse by working through some real-life scenarios to develop understanding and the actions to be taken where abuse is disclosed.
The course covers the key legislation and regulatory frameworks surrounding inter-agency collaboration. This includes a review of the:
Students will consider the concept of consent in determining the risk of abuse or harm and the procedures to follow in the event of a disclosure of abuse. It is important for students to recognise basic human rights and protect the rights of vulnerable adults but at the same time, acknowledging acceptable levels of risk. Risk assessment is explained, with examples to embed the student's understanding of why risk assessment plays a part in care service delivery.
The course has a practical focus on actions that should be taken to minimise the risk of abuse in a care setting. The issue of zero-tolerance to abuse in all its forms is explored along with the need to identify and report actual or potential abuse and initiate formal investigation procedures.
Finally the learner will be encouraged to develop a personal action plan to enhance their understanding and develop their practice. BYTSYZ encourages the participation of line managers in the development and evaluation of this plan.
KATHRYN from Upminster (08-12-2014)
Pleased with the opportunity to do this course in stages rather than all at once. Understood the "lesson" part well and the trial quiz part is good to refresh memory ready for the end test.
SHAMA from London (24-10-2014)
I really enjoyed doing this course. I learnt a lot about the backgrounds of abuse, the legislation, which are involved and what can we as individuals do to prevent the abuse. The layout of the course was very easy and understandable.
ROSEMARY from Newton Abbot (18-04-2014)
This was a really well presented, informative and easy to follow Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults Level 2 online course. I would recommend it to anyone working with vulnerable adults. Thank you.