This Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults Level 3 covers a wide range of topics relating to safeguarding adults (Level 3) within the healthcare industry, such as who may abuse, patterns of abuse and restraint. The Course is to provide you with the underpinning knowledge to get support and your organisation with responsibilities to protect vulnerable adults in the health and social care setting. By the end of the course, you will be able to: Describe the term “safeguarding”; State who is vulnerable from abuse; State reasons where abuse could happen; Define the term “dignity”; and State the role of the Disclosure and Barring Service.

Key features of the course:

  • Lifetime access to the course
  • No hidden fees, only pay the price of the course which includes exam fees.
  • Recognised qualification upon successful completion of the course
  • Study from anywhere, anytime, whenever it is convenient for you.
  • Affordable and engaging e-learning study materials
  • Study at your own pace from tablet, PC or smartphone
  • Online tutor support when you are in need.

Who is this course for?

There is no experience or previous qualifications required for enrolment on this course. It is available to all students, of all academic backgrounds.

Assessment and Certification

The course is assessed online with a multiple-choice test, which is marked automatically. You will know instantly whether you have passed or not. Those who pass this test will have the qualification of Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults Level 3. Certificate will be produced in PDF format at an additional cost of £8.99 and Printed Hardcopy at £12.99.

Course Curriculum

Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults
Introduction to Safeguarding 00:30:00
Abuse 00:45:00
Mental Capacity Act 2005 00:30:00
 Other Key Legislations 00:30:00
 Responding to Safeguarding Alerts 00:30:00
 Protocol of Information Sharing 00:30:00
Investigation 00:30:00
Psychology of Older Age
What is ‘Developmental Psychology’? 00:05:00
What is ‘Gerontology’? 00:09:00
What we consider as ‘old age’ 00:09:00
What is ‘ageing’ and how it happens 00:08:00
Common stereotypes of older people 00:08:00
How stereotyping affects older people 00:08:00
Life stages and Theories 00:11:00
What do we look forward to in our older age? 00:06:00
Mental Health and Old Age
Memory-related issues 00:12:00
Learning disabilities 00:08:00
Alzheimer’s disease and Dementia 00:09:00
Chronic illness and Disabilities 00:08:00
Substance abuse (addictions) 00:06:00
Improving Health and Wellbeing
The effects of exercising 00:09:00
Is it worth eating ‘healthy’ in older age? 00:09:00
What else affects ‘health’ and ‘wellbeing’? 00:08:00
Caring for older people 00:06:00
Dementia Care
Awareness and Misunderstanding 00:30:00
Symptoms of Dementia 01:00:00
Prevention and Treatment 01:00:00
The Impact Of Stigma 01:00:00
Caring for Dementia Victims 02:00:00
Home Adaptations for People with Dementia 01:00:00
Mock Exam
Final Exam

Course Reviews

4.9

4.9
9 ratings
  • 5 stars0
  • 4 stars0
  • 3 stars0
  • 2 stars0
  • 1 stars0

No Reviews found for this course.

563 STUDENTS ENROLLED

    copyright © LIBM