Safeguarding adults and children training
Safeguarding adults and children training is mandatory and must be completed every three years. You can undertake training via e-learning (on Consult OD for CCG staff) or attend one of the following face-to-face sessions.
- Level 1 sessions are for all administrative staff in primary care and the CCG.
- Level 2 sessions are for:
- practitioners that have regular contact with patients, their families or carers, or the public
- Medicines Management staff
- Safeguarding Team administrators
- Level 3 sessions are face-to-face and can be booked below, taking place three times per month in Brighton & Hove, East Sussex and West Sussex. They are for:
- clinical staff in primary care and the CCG who see patients alone or are assessing/planning/evaluating the needs of adults or children, where there may be safeguarding concerns.
- GPs and nurses are required to undertake level 3 training as a minimum.
- Level 4 sessions are required for named GPs in line with the intercollegiate document. Further details about sessions can be obtained from the Safeguarding Team.
- Governing Body members are required to undertake specific safeguarding training relating to their statutory responsibilities. A tailored training package is delivered face-to-face encompassing level 1 knowledge, skills and competencies, as well as Governing Body level specific training, including partnership arrangements, policies, risks and performance indicators, staff’s roles and responsibilities in safeguarding, and the expectations of regulatory bodies in safeguarding. Further details about sessions can be obtained from the Safeguarding Team.
Please click the relevant session below to read more and book.
Prevent training is online only and can be accessed via Consult OD. This includes:
- Prevent basic awareness for all staff.
- Prevent level 3 (WRAP3) must be completed every three years by:
- all clinical staff (registered nurses)