To send this page to a friend please fill in the following details:
Friends Email Address
Your Email Address
Safeguarding Adults – Investigation Skills for Frontline Practitioners (Level 3)
Acquisition of the knowledge and skills required in planning & undertaking a protective and/or inquisitorial investigation either within a single agency, or collaboratively with colleagues from other agencies.
This module relates to Step 7 of the Northumberland Safeguarding Adults Ten Step Procedural Framework
The frequency of this training is once only.
Practitioners from Adult Services, Care Management staff and Care Co-ordinators from Mental Health Services. It is expected that participants will have prior knowledge of the Northumberland Safeguarding Adults Policy & Procedures.
To be equipped for effective inter-agency working & care co-ordination
To become familiar with the interfaces between the policies & procedures of local agencies, including overlaps & gaps
Activate awareness of how diverse backgrounds and experience of staff, service users & carers, (particularly in relation to disability, gender, religion, sexual orientation, culture and ethnicity) impacts upon the effectiveness of collaborative working & legitimate decision making
Develop a working knowledge of the practicalities of defensible information sharing
Safely rehearse professional responses to alerts via case study material & related reflection & discussion
Gain the confidence to apply established core skills to safeguard people when they are vulnerable, within the framework of the Northumberland Safeguarding Adults procedures