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Safeguarding

Ensuring to protect the vulnerable from abuse and mistreatment

Within care, the issue of safeguarding can still be a problem and this needs resolving. Under the regulations of the Care Act 2014, it is necessary to ensure staff can safeguard the adults they look after. Our training helps them to do just that
Personalising this content is a must. Each client and service user are different, so with the onsite walkthrough process, we can answer the difficult questions to prevent a nightmare ever taking place
Vulnerable people need safety and you need safety in the knowledge that the accredited certificates offered on this training suite will show compliance with the legislation

Maintaining a high standard of care

Safeguarding is a crucial element of providing care. It sets out strict guidelines which protect the health, well-being and human rights of individuals. Without safeguarding, there would be no set and agreed-upon standards of care, which would put vulnerable individuals at greater risk.

These individuals are often people who are unable to care for themselves. Whether they’re children or vulnerable adults, safeguarding ensures that they live free from abuse, harm and neglect. We customise our safeguarding training courses, so we can adapt our courses to suit the needs of your specific situation.

FAQs

Safeguarding can be a tricky subject to navigate for some. Take a look at our FAQs or get in touch if you have a question you need answering.

No, they are not the same thing. They are both concerning the topic of keeping people safe, but safeguarding outlines a set of actions, policies and procedures that must be taken in order to prevent people from harm. Duty of care is a paid carer’s legal responsibility, meaning that a failure to uphold that duty could result in legal action.
Safeguarding is taking actions to protect vulnerable people from harm. Safeguarding children applies to children under the age of 18. Safeguarding can also refer to adults who are vulnerable because of reasons such as old age or disabilities.
  • Being elderly
  • Having a mental disability
  • Having a learning disability
  • Having a physical disability
  • Suffering from long term illness
  • Being a resident of a care facility
  • Being unable to protect themselves from harm

Our story

When it comes to delivering our training courses, we’ve always held ourselves to very high standards. Our goal is to provide the best training courses that we possibly can, which explains why we literally go the extra mile and travel to our clients to deliver their training sessions in their own environment.

This removes the stress from our trainees and allows them to learn in an area that they’re used to and comfortable in. When combined with our customised courses, this results in training sessions which encourage engagement and allow for knowledge to be absorbed. No two training sessions we deliver are the same, which shows the levels of care and thought that we put into our work.

I find booking training a headache. The team at Vital Workplace Training took all the stress out of it for me. From finding what I need to delivery, I cannot fault them. Simple, easy to understand training, good practical sessions designed around us.

Andy Whiting, Centre Manager

Fairway Children's Centre

A few of our clients

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