Safeguarding (Adults at Risk)

 Updated to reflect changes which came into force on 1st February 2021
  • Jersey SPB course
  • Level: Foundation
  • Study time: 2 hours
Update your safeguarding training online with the official Jersey Safeguarding Partnership Board training course
Safeguarding
Our online course meets the mandatory safeguarding training requirements for those working with adults at risk. This course has been endorsed by the Jersey Safeguarding Partnership Board and updated to reflect process changes which came into force in 2021.

On successful completion of the course, learners will gain an official Jersey Safeguarding Partnership Board certificate.

What's included?

  • Many thanks to the Jersey Safeguarding Partnership Board who worked with us to produce an online version of this course.

On successful completion of the course, learners will gain an official Jersey SPB certificate.

Course Objectives

  • Define the term ‘Adult at Risk’ in relation to Adult Safeguarding and the criteria required to make a Safeguarding Enquiry
  • Explain how the Safeguarding Adults procedure supports ‘Making Safeguarding Personal’
  • List the 5 principles of Capacity as outlined in the Self- Determination and Capacity Law (2016)
  • List the 12 categories of abuse as well as their signs and indicators
  • Identify at least 5 barriers that can prevent the effective safeguarding of an adult at risk
  • Know when and to whom suspected abuse should be reported

Course Modules

  • Introduction and Adults at Risk
  • Human Rights, Capacity and Consent
  • Categories and Indicators or Abuse
  • Reporting a Concern
  • 'Making Safeguarding Personal' and How It Applies to Practice
  • Masking Safeguarding Personal - Case Study
  • Assessment and Certification


This course has been updated to reflect the changes in safeguarding practice in Jersey, which came into force on 1st February 2021.

Jersey Safeguarding Partnership Board

Children and adults are best safeguarded when professionals are clear about what is required of them and how they need to work together. The Safeguarding Partnership Board’s role is to  co-ordinate work locally which will safeguard children and adults and to monitor and challenge the effectiveness of Jersey’s safeguarding arrangements.

Click to find out more about the Jersey Safeguarding Partnership Board.

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