AoFAQ Lvl2 National Award in the Safeguarding of Vulnerable Adults
Who needs this qualification?
The AoFAQ Level 2 National Award in the Safeguarding of Vulnerable Adults has been developed using Government guidance including the ‘No Secrets’ 2000 document and is suitable for paid workers, volunteers, supervisors, managers etc. within health and social care. It is also ideal for anyone who requires refreshing their knowledge on safeguarding vulnerable adults
Why is this training important?
The AoFAQ Level 2 National Award in the Safeguarding of Vulnerable Adults provides learners with the underpinning knowledge to support organisations in their commitment and legal obligation to safeguard vulnerable adults.
- Know the principles of safeguarding within a health and social care context
- State the principles of safeguarding vulnerable adults
- Define the terms ‘abuse’ and ‘significant harm’
- List the risk factors which may contribute to abuse
- State the role of the Disclosure and Barring Service
- Know the different types of abuse and the possible indicators of abuse
- List the different categories of abuse with the possible indicators of abuse
- List the responsibilities of an employee in reporting suspected abuse
- Define the term ‘whistle blowing’
- State the actions to be taken in the event of a disclosure made to a staff member
Duration – 6 hours
Accreditation – AoFA Qualifications
Assessment – Multiple Choice Questions
Prerequisite – None
Suggested progression – Level 3 Safeguarding