Training for Trainers Programme 2
(for those trainers who wish to be part of the Multi Agency Training Team)
In order for training to be effective it has to be delivered by trainers who are knowledgeable, are good facilitators and have good presentation skills and this is no different for safeguarding adults training. This programme will test prior knowledge and skills as well as providing an opportunity to explore the safeguarding adults agenda.
Increased confidence in delivering safeguarding adults training.
Updated knowledge of current issues within safeguarding adults, the safeguarding process (roles and responsibilities, policies and procedures).
Be able to identify key good practice principles of effective presentation/trainer skills.
- What is currently happening in the field of safeguarding Adults?
- The legislative framework
- The Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Safeguarding Adults Procedure for Raising a Concern and Referring (October 2013) and the Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Multi-Agency Safeguarding Adults Guidance (October 2013)
- Recap of the Mental Capacity Act 2005 (MCA) and Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards (DoL)
- Good practice for trainers
- Refresh presentation and facilitation skills.
Teaching and Learning Strategy
The focus of this workshop is to develop participant’s confidence and competence in delivering Safeguarding Adults Training. This workshop is interactive and participants will be expected to participate in group discussions, group exercises, preparing and delivering a presentation and feedback.
This programme is for those individuals who would like to be part of the Nottinghamshire Safeguarding Adults Board (NSAB) Training Team and be involved in delivering multi agency training on behalf of the Safeguarding Adults Team.
This is a full day workshop: 9.30am – 4.00pm.
None are organised at the moment.
All our trainers are professionally qualified practitioners with at least 2 years’ experience in Safeguarding Adults and are facilitating learning in their field. They are supported by their line managers and a contract is made between the trainer, their organisation and the Safeguarding Adults Team.
On completion of this workshop participants will be issued with a certificate of attendance.