Back to programme listings Login to access This e-assessment is linked with the CPPE Safeguarding children and vulnerable adults e-learning programme and assesses you on the learning objectives within the programme. This is an open book assessment so please ensure you have the learning programme and any other resources to hand before you start the assessment. Why should I do this assessment? This e-assessment completes the learning you began with the CPPE Safeguarding children and vulnerable adults e-learning programme.
Community-made content which you can improve Case study from our community Safeguarding This page is free to all Guidance on writing a safeguarding policy and procedure If your organisation works with children or young people or with adults at-risk in vulnerable situations it should have a safeguarding policy.
The policy should communicate your commitment to safeguarding and clearly set out the role that all volunteers and staff have to play in protecting people from harm.
It should also give clear procedures for how to report and record any concerns and incidents. You should make sure that all staff and volunteers are familiar with the policy and know where to find it.
Your safeguarding policy should be tailored to your organisation and its activities. Making sure everyone is familiar with your policy Whatever the size of your organisation, you should make sure that staff and volunteers are familiar with the safeguarding policy.
Keep a record of when the policy was last checked. These are multi-agency bodies to coordinate what is done by everyone on the Board to safeguard and promote the welfare of children and adults in vulnerable situations in the area.
The Boards publish policies and procedures in their area and provide other support. NSPCC has some good guidance and an example policy for organisations working with children and young people. Typically taking a day or more for larger, complex organisations or those with multiple sites.
The framework covers issues including health and safety, data protection, safeguarding, child sex exploitation, bullying and radicalisation. Page last edited Oct 11, The production of a safeguarding policy and documentation for the protection of children and vulnerable adults which is common to the family of bowls.
To update and revise procedures, guidance and advice as and when necessary. Safeguarding is aimed at protecting vulnerable children or adults from abuse and neglect in all circumstances. Safeguarding means putting processes in place to ensure that vulnerable people are not abused in any way, including verbally or physically.
Safeguarding children (known as ‘child protection’ in Scotland) and vulnerable adults is a key theme in both our professional and registered pharmacies standards. Pharmacy professionals and the pharmacy team working in registered pharmacies are well placed to identify people who may be vulnerable, including children.
Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust (LCFT) is committed to Safeguarding and Protecting Children and Adults from Abuse and Neglect. There are Safeguarding Arrangements in place to protect the most vulnerable children and adults in our area from abuse and neglect.
In developing the Safeguarding Children and Vulnerable Adults Policy, the College has taken into account, guidance issued by Welsh Government and Social Services. The College will refer concerns that a child, young person or vulnerable adult is at risk of significant harm to .
Nearly half a million coaches have been through the Safeguarding and Protecting Children workshop in the last 20 years or so. The workshop has been developed in partnership with the NSPCC and CPSU and updated to include content on Anti-radicalisation and Vulnerable Children and Adults.