This programme is delivered via two online live training sessions. The programme includes pre-reading which will be sent to all registered participants with a Zoom link to the training sessions. Participation in two live online training sessions and participant task (to be completed in between the two training sessions). The programme is delivered by two experienced facilitators.
The purpose of this approved training programme is to enable participants to understand the requirements and expectations of the Safeguarding Vulnerable Persons at Risk of Abuse National Policy and Procedures. The programme specifically explores in detail the role of the Designated Officer and the requirements to undertake preliminary screenings. The programme provides guidance on the key practice considerations of effective safeguarding approaches. The primary focus of the programme is to explore practice approaches that effectively contribute to safeguarding vulnerable persons at risk of abuse.
Programme Learning Outcomes:
- Explore in details the requirements and expectations of the National Policy and Procedure – HSE Safeguarding Vulnerable Persons at Risk of Abuse (2014).
- Understand relevant legislation and related policies to support safeguarding practices.
- Explore in detail safeguarding practice with specific focus on understanding preliminary screenings.
- Consider effective practice approaches in the assessment and management of safeguarding concerns.
- Consider effective practice approaches in safeguarding planning to address risk and safety considerations.
This training programme is approved by the HSE National Safeguarding Office for Designated Officers in HSE and HSE funded services.
The programme fee of €250 includes pre-reading material, two online live training sessions and participant task information. All participants will receive a certificate on completion of the programme.