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SAR Training

Safeguarding Adults at Risk (SAR) Training

dreamstime_m_37161529Everyone employed in the health and social care sector has a responsibility to the people in their care. Elderly people, those with debilitating illnesses or learning disabilities, and / or mental health problems are generally recognised as being at risk.

What’s Included

  • Tea / coffee and biscuits
  • All work and exercise sheets
  • Certification on completion of the course
Duration: Half-day course (3 hours)
Location: The Unity Training Suite, 1 The Avenue, Eastbourne, East Sussex
Frequency: Unity recommends annual updates for healthcare workers

Who Should Attend the Safeguarding Adults at Risk Course?

SAR training is a statutory requirement for everyone working with vulnerable people, either in residential homes or in the community. This course will also benefit volunteers or people working in the charity sector supporting adults who might be at risk.

Safeguarding Adults at Risk – Course Content

  • Defining the term ‘Adult at Risk’
  • Types of abuse
  • Signs and symptoms of abuse and neglect
  • Responding to suspected or alleged abuse
  • Mental Capacity Act and Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards
  • Reducing the likelihood of abuse
  • Protecting adults at risk
  • Monitoring individuals at risk
  • Recognising and reporting unsafe and poor practises
  • Preserving evidence
  • Confidentiality

If you need more information, speak to Unity Training on 0333 101 0056 * or drop their trainers to arrange your staff’s SAR training today.

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