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Dignity and Safeguarding in Adult Health and Social Care

A total of 103,900 safeguarding reports about vulnerable adults were referred in 2014/2015. The responsibilities of care workers involved in protecting the health, wellbeing and human rights of individuals are far-reaching. Allowing individuals to live free from harm, abuse and neglect can often mean involving health agencies, government departments or the police. Understanding the fundamentals of safeguarding is essential for anyone working in adult health and social care.

Benefits

  • Achieve a nationally recognised Level 2 qualification
  • Relevant to a wide range of care settings
  • Further your personal and professional development
  • Learn at a time that suits you without the need to attend college

What you will learn

  • Understand Safeguarding in Adult Health and Social Care
  • Principles of Dignity in Adult Health and Social Care Practice
  • Understand Duty of Care in Adult Health and Social Care
  • Understand Dilemmas and Public Concerns in Adult Health and Social Care