Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults (SOVA) Training Course (Level 1)
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This Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults (Level 1) training course provides you with all the knowledge you need to safeguard vulnerable adults.
It explains your safeguarding responsibilities, how to recognise signs of abuse and neglect, and how to report your concerns. Upon completion of the training, you will be confident in promoting a good quality of life for all vulnerable adults.
- Developed by safeguarding professionals
- Accredited by CPD
- Fully online course and assessment with no time limits
- Full audio voiceover
- Approximate duration: 3 hours
- On completion, certificate is posted the next working day
This course is suitable for anyone whose job role involves working with vulnerable adults. It's suitable for workers of all levels, including managers, supervisors, staff, and volunteers. No pre-requisite knowledge is required.
On successful completion of the course you will be sent a quality assured certificate through the post the next working day. This can be used to provide evidence for compliance and audit.
All of our courses are accredited by the CPD Certification Service as conforming
to universally accepted Continuing Professional Development (CPD) guidelines.
This certificate does not have an expiry date. However, based on industry best practice guidelines, the recommended renewal period for this training is 3 years. We will print this recommended renewal date on your certificate.
||Defining safeguarding, safeguarding key principles, who is a vulnerable adult, case studies, and why training is important.
||Why are Vulnerable Adults at Risk?
||What is abuse, who commits abuse, case study, factors that increase risk, and mental capacity.
||Types of Abuse
||Types of abuse and a case study.
||Responding to a Disclosure
||Failing to disclose, discovering concerns, responding to a disclosure, recording a disclosure, reporting a disclosure, whistleblowing, and a case study.
||Reporting Your Concerns
||Your responsibilities, why some people don't take action, who to report to, if the report isn't taken seriously, if the concerns are about a professional, when to report a concern, checking existing reports, what you should report, after reporting, and recording information.
||After a Referral
||Adult social care, strategy discussions, safeguarding case conference, protection plans, reviewing a protection plan, and closing a protection plan.