Safeguarding Adults and Children Level 2 Distance LearningBurton and South Derbyshire College
- 1 day
- Approved Certification
Safeguarding is important in protecting and promoting the welfare of people who are classed as vulnerable. These people need be cared for in an environment that is as safe as possible.
This course is suitable for individuals working in a workplace environment or education setting that may encounter challenging behaviour. This course investigates the difference between conflict and behaviour that challenges, and aggression vs assertive behaviour. You will look at the impact and possible justification for these behaviours, considering what the root cause could be. This course will equip you with pro-active strategies to support positive behaviour.
This is an online course. You will receive your welcome email with your course login details and further information within 48 hours of enrolment. Learn anytime, anywhere!
Whether you’re looking to boost your professional development and career prospects or simply want to learn a skill in your spare time, an online course is a great way to gain a nationally recognised qualification.
Distance Learning courses give you the flexibility to study in a way that suits your personal and professional commitments. You can work at your own pace within the course timeframe and study in the comfort of your own home!
How it works:
You can sign up to our courses throughout the year.
Step 1: Register or login to fill out our online enrolment form by clicking the Apply Now button.
Step 2: You will receive email confirmation and asked to send a copy of your ID, where relevant, within 48 hours.
Step 3: You will be sent your login details to start your online learning.
Step 4: Work through your course, with a dedicated tutor on hand to answer any questions you have.
Step 5: On successful completion of your course, you will receive an e-certificate of achievement from Burton and South Derbyshire College. This will be followed by your official certificate from the awarding body which are posted out on a quarterly basis.Section 1: Understanding the principles of safeguarding adults
This section covers the main types of abuse and harm as well as the importance of being treated with dignity and respect.
Section 2: Reducing the likelihood of abuse
This section covers dignity and rights within a care environment as well as the importance of individualised care, safeguarding policies and managing risk.
Section 3: Responding to suspected or disclosed abuse
This section explores what to do if abuse of an adult is suspected as well as local whistle blowing policy procedures.
Section 4: Protecting people from harm and abuse- locally and nationally
This section covers possible barriers in alerting or referring relevant agencies as well as legislation and the sharing of information.
Section 5: Safeguarding children
This section explores what procedures to follow based on profession if a child or young person is suspected of being abused. How will I be assessed?
Interactive and easy to navigate resources
Engaging videos and content, highlighting key knowledge and information
Case studies to demonstrate how skills can be applied in practical situations
An easy to use, integrated note-taking feature allowing you to jot down information as you work through the learning materials
A series of activities to support and prepare you for your assessment.
Assessments are completed online throughout your course to evaluate your knowledge and understanding of the subject matter. They will be broken down into manageable tasks and once enrolled, you will receive an assessment schedule detailing deadlines so you can plan your studies.Assessments can take many forms but typically they are short written answers to a series of questions or statements.
Burton and South Derbyshire College
Burton Town Centre Campus,
Burton on Trent,
Staffordshire DE14 3RL,
Tel: 01283 494400Web: https://www.bsdc.ac.uk/