Plymouth City Council
Plymouth PL1 2AA
- Action on Elder Abuse
- Alcoholics Anonymous
- Co-ordinated Action Against Domestic Abuse
- Care Quality Commission
- Criminal Records Bureau
- Department of Health
- Devon and Cornwall Constabulary
- Devon and Cornwall Probation Service
- Independent Safeguarding Authority
- Multi Agency Public Protection Arrangements
- Plymouth Primary Care Trust
- Voice UK
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All safeguarding adults training is free to attend.
To find out when courses are available or to request places please email email@example.com or telephone 01752 306360.
Alerter's training - how to make an alert about abuse
Who is this for?
Anyone working within the Plymouth city boundaries who come into contact with vulnerable adults (care homes, statutory agencies, voluntary agencies etc), care workers, support workers, community care workers, befrienders, nurses, housing officers and all general council workers).
All staff should attend a half day Alerter update every three years.
- What is abuse?
- Who is a vulnerable adult?
- How to recognise signs and symptoms of abuse
- How to report abuse
- Looking at basic social work values
Registered managers training (for providers)
Who is it for?
Registered managers of provider services working within the Plymouth city limits.
- Look at definitions
- Categories of abuse
- The process of managers
- The roles and responsibilities of managers
- The opportunity to share experiences, concerns and contribute to service improvement and development