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Learning Lessons From Safeguarding Adults Reviews

This is the annual refresher session for people who have done all the other safeguarding adults training within Norfolk. The content changes each year on 1 April so it's an excellent way to keep your practice and knowledge bang up to date.   

This is usually a full day, to help practitioners and managers in any organisation to learn together in a supportive, non-blaming environment about the key themes emerging from Safeguarding Adults Reviews. 

Visit the St Thomas Training website for more information about available courses and details of how to book.

This course aims:

  • To enable practitioners and managers in any organisation to learn together  in a supportive, non blaming environment about the key themes emerging from Safeguarding Adults Reviews. Delegates will also reflect on what the learning  means for their practice with service users and their communication and joint working with staff from partner agencies.

Safeguarding Adults Reviews are conducted when a service user has died or experienced serious harm and there are concerns about how agencies have worked together to safeguard the person. Often in these cases staff have worked diligently and with great care and concern for the service use but with the benefit of  hindsight an SAR can shine a light on how staff may have been caught up in complex inter agency or family dynamics which made it difficult to accurately assess the risks to the service user or hear the service users voice.

The course will consider our Norfolk SARs and learning emerging nationally throughout the year. 

Click here for dates and times and to book a place

The training is commissioned jointly by Norfolk County Council and many of the sessions are open to employees of health and social care organisations throughout the county of Norfolk as well as to employees of Norfolk County Council.

Norfolk Adult Social Services pays for all Social Care Workers in Norfolk to have free access to the Care Information & Learning Services website