This course meets the common induction standards of the Care Quality Commission. It is suitable for carers who work with adults at risk in the community, in hospitals, day or residential care or in their homes. It will meet the needs of health and social care professionals, informal carers and volunteers.
On this course learners will:
- Explore commonly held attitudes towards adults at risk and how they impact on the service provided.
- Discover how certain attitudes can block recognition and affect important decisions.
- Explore the signs and types of abuse, including unintentional harm.
- Become familiar with key legislation and guidance regarding issues of consent and duty of care.
- Learn about personal responsibility and which actions they should take if they have any concerns.
- Explore the role and responsibility of managers.
This online training explores real-life situations through scenarios. It has been structured to include:
- Welcome and learning objectives
- Key regulations
- Definitions and useful terms
- Roles and responsibilities
Approximately 1–2 hours. However, this self-study training can be completed at your convenience and your progress will be recorded throughout.
This training is designed for carers who work with adults at risk in the community, in hospitals, day or residential care or in their homes. This includes formal and informal carers, volunteers, and health and social care professionals.
There are no specific entry requirements for this course.
This course content has been mapped to conform to the Care Quality Commission’s Common Induction Standards.
Once you have successfully completed your course you can download and print your Virtual College certificate.