Safeguarding Of Vulnerable Adults (POVA) Training

Everyone can live their life clear of fear and harm but many people are not always able to protect themselves because they are vulnerable for their age, mental capacity or disability. Healthcare Professionals working with adults are required to complete an exercise course for the Safeguarding Adults in danger (Vulnerable Adults), also known as SOVA. This course was created to enable delegates to comprehend the principles and instill a good grounding of understanding of Safeguarding vulnerable adults. On completion of the course delegates will be skilled to identify, report on, and give support in the prevention of abuse of susceptible adults in their office.

The safety of susceptible adults is vital to anyone who works together with vulnerable adults on a part-time or full-time basis. Working out is ideal for any workers, of the role regardless, and whether or not you are a paid employee or a volunteer. We are able to deliver this course to any Care Home sector organization in Liverpool – directly in your workplace for up to 12 delegates.

Half Day (3 hours) We are flexible with Start times to accommodate the needs of your business. Please, feel absolve to discuss your timings around. This course will be customized to your needs and the type of the susceptible adults, you will work with. Who is a susceptible adult? Where does misuse happen?

What will be the signs of mistreatment? Continual assessment throughout the course by the tutor will be ongoing and a multiple-choice evaluation paper will be completed by the delegates. A ‘Safeguarding of Vulnerable Adults’ recognition certificate will be issued to all or any delegates on the successful conclusion of the course, which is valid for 3 years. Safeguarding means safeguarding people’s health, well being and human being rights, and allowing them to live free from harm, neglect, and abuse. It really is fundamental to creating high-quality health and social care. For more information on Safeguarding of Vulnerable adults please visit the Care Quality Commission (CQC) web pages on this subject.

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