Safeguarding Children and Adults

Safeguarding children and adults is of utmost importance to those working in healthcare, social care and childcare. It is their responsibility to ensure that children and adults in their care feel safe and are protected from harmful or dangerous situations. There are many factors that need to be considered when it comes to safeguarding children and adults and strict protocol that must be followed. It is therefore vital that workers are fully trained and qualified in this area.

Safeguarding Adults


Safeguarding Children

Children and young people have the right to be protected from neglect, abuse and harm. There is lots of legislation in place to protect children and young people from harm and it is in their best interests for healthcare and childcare practitioners to be aware of such laws. Our training in safeguarding children is put together by social care experts to ensure that you receive the best quality of education. Our information is constantly updated to ensure it is in line with all current legislation and procedures that should be followed.

Safeguarding Adults

According to the Care Act 2014, safeguarding adults means to protect their rights to live in safety, free from abuse and neglect. Adults at risk include those who have a need for care and support, those who at risk of abuse or neglect and those who are unable to protect themselves from the risk or experience of being abused or neglected. Our training in safeguarding adults teaches you the signs that can indicate an adult is at risk and the steps that should be taken to prevent and protect them from such harm.

For more information on safeguarding children and adults, contact our team of experts today. We are happy to answer any enquiries you have and to provide any extra information you may need.