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By the end of this training, you’ll know much more about how to safeguard adults at risk and recognise the dangers they may be facing.

This Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults course covers levels 1 & 2 and is for anyone who works with, helps, or supports adults at risk. It covers the signs of abuse and explains what to do if you suspect something is happening to a vulnerable adult. It's all about sensitive handling and timely intervention.

This course is made up of 3 sections and a test. You must complete all sections of the course in order to access the test.

On completion of this course you will:

* Understand your safeguarding duties and responsibilities

* Recognise the signs of different types of abuse

* Understand the importance of person-centred care

* Know how to respond to safeguarding concerns

* Know how to respond to a disclosure

* Know where to find relevant legislation and support

Original price was: 272DH.Current price is: 204DH. *excluding VAT

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Original price was: 272DH.Current price is: 204DH. *excluding VAT





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Course description


* Learn about what groups of adults might be at risk
* Understand and work towards compliance with The Mental Capacity Act and other legislations
* Learn about the different types of abuse that adults might experience and how to effectively deal with it should it occur


Safeguarding Of Vulnerable Adults (SOVA) is a training programme about protecting vulnerable adults and keeping them safe from harm. It's about recognising the signs of abuse and knowing what to do. This course covers both levels 1 & 2.
Safeguarding is not something that is done in seclusion, and this training highlights the importance of all the relevant services working together in a 'partnership of care'. It also highlights the importance of the individual - a 'person-centred' approach.
This training explains the seven major forms of abuse and gives step-by-step guidance to deal with abuse; including raising an alert, making a referral and what to include in a written report. It's essential to act quickly if you think abuse may be happening - the quicker it's spotted, the quicker something can be done about it.
Working with children? You may also be interested in our Safeguarding Children Training.


Each of our courses ends with a multiple choice test to measure your knowledge of the material.
This Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults (SOVA) Training course concludes with a 20 question multiple choice test with a printable certificate. In addition, brief in-course questionnaires guide the user through the sections of the training and are designed to reinforce learning and ensure maximum user engagement throughout.
What does my certificate include?
Your Safeguarding Adults (SOVA) Level 2 Training Certificate includes your name, company name (if applicable), name of course taken, pass percentage, date of completion, expiry date and stamps of approval or accreditations by recognised authorities.

Why is this training important?

It's important that you comply with the law and know the ways in which it affects you and the way you work.
When it comes to the law regarding Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults, there are a number of documents that set out legal obligations:
The Care Act 2014 means that local councils have to set up a Safeguarding Adults Board in their area. This must include the local council, the NHS and the Police as well as other local services. They must work together to make policies and plans to protect adults at risk in their area.
The Health and Social Care Act 2012: This Act establishes and makes various provisions, including:
The Mental Capacity Act 2005: The primary purpose of this Act is to provide a legal framework for acting and making decisions on behalf of adults who lack the capacity to make decisions for themselves.
The Equality Act 2010: This Act ensures equal treatment of everyone regardless of their protected characteristics, which include age and disability.
The Human Rights Act 1998: This Act contains a list of 16 rights which all people in the UK have. It places a legal duty on public authorities to respect and protect our human rights in everything they do.

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