Do you volunteer your time helping others in your community? If so then someday it might be vital to know how to spot signs of risk, abuse or exploitation, and know what you can do about it.
This session will be practical and highly interactive. Using a range of exercises and materialls it will introduce you to the basic safeguarding concepts:
What is abuse, what are the signs of abuse, what should you do if you think someone is at risk?
Giving you a clear understanding of our roles and reponsibilities in preventing abuse to others.
By the end of the day participants will:
* Be able to define what adult abuse, child abuse and vulnerable adult is
* Understand the importance of values and attitudes in responding to safeguarding concerns
* Have considered indicators of abuse Know what their responsibilities are in relation to safeguarding adults and children
* Applied their learning to case studies based on real situations
We request that you complete a 20 minute safeguarding e-learninig course, before accessing this session, to help give you a basic understanding on which to build upon.
Once registered, you will receive a confirmation email containing a web link to both the Zoom training session and safeguarding e-learning course.
Zoom is a free service which you can access using a mobile phone, tablet or computer connected to the internet. If you have never used Zoom, we can provide assistance in setting it up and accessing the course.
This training is provided by St Mungos as part of the Volunteer Network Banes training exchange.
*Contact details will be passed on to the organisation delivering the training*
|Thursday 13th May,
ending Thursday 13th May
|14:00 - 15:30||1 session||Online via Zoom|
07825 115 775
|Click here to book|