Safeguarding of Vulnerable Adults (SOVA)


Accredited Health and Safety in the Workplace - Qualsafe Level 2 Award

What makes an individual a vulnerable adult?  Delegates will learn legislation that relates to safeguarding, the different types of abuse and how to recognise the signs of abuse. Delegates will also learn about responding to and recording a disclosure and how/where to raise a concern.  Delegates will also have the opportunity to look at their own attitudes and values, what impacts on our values and how this could affect our decision making.

12 Delegates

Half Day

£45 Per Delegate

Chatham & Ashford, Kent

Training Syllabus

  • Legislation
  • Vulnerable Adults
  • Recognising and preventing abuse
  • Types of abuse
  • Patterns of abuse
  • The Whistleblower Act
  • Responding to disclosure
  • Advocacy

Bespoke and In-House Training

Tailored to your organisation while being the most cost-effective for ten or more members of staff. Delivered at a location of your choice or one of our venues. Ideal for strengthening your teams.

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01227 469970
info@sekgroup.org.uk

Short Open Course

It's the most cost-effective for one to nine members of staff. Delivered at our venue partner, Chilston Park Hotel, with free lunch, coffee or tea breaks included. An opportunity to network with other delegates from other companies.

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