Safeguarding for Managers and Safeguarding Leads eLearning course
Organisations must ensure that every person (operating within the scope of their organisation) understands the right steps to take if they have any concerns that an adult or child may not be safe, irrespective of what sector they operate in.
This online safeguarding training course has been written by an experienced Head of Safeguarding who has held strategic positions leading in safeguarding and safeguarding boards at various local authorities. The training course is aimed at people with responsibility for providing managerial support and direction to staff in an organisation or decision making about concerns raised by members of staff and/or members of the public.
This online course has been designed specifically for Managers and Safeguarding Leads working in a social care setting. It may also be useful to a wider audience of people who would like to know more about safeguarding in a management context.
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These tools can help to make learning more inclusive and accessible for learners with visual or hearing impairments, as well as those who speak different languages. By incorporating Recite into our website and Click eLearning platform, we are able to provide our carers with a comprehensive and accessible training solution that helps to promote learning outcomes for all learners.