Safeguarding adults training courses
This page provides the key documents for the training courses provided by the Bromley Safeguarding Adults Board, including a mix of face-to-face and online courses.
BSAB training programme
The Bromley Safeguarding Adults Board (BSAB) shares a vision for a workforce that has the right knowledge, skills and confidence to recognise and respond effectively to adult abuse.
To help to achieve this vision, the BSAB Training and Awareness Subgroup has designed a multi-agency training programme to suit all levels of training needs.
All of the training offered is free of charge and open to all organisations providing a service within Bromley.
This training is based on the new multi-agency BSAB policy and procedures, and reflects the changes to safeguarding adults as a result of the Care Act 2014.
The BSAB Training Toolkit outlines our core capability framework and provides guidance to staff and managers around accessing appropriate levels of learning and demonstrating understanding.
How to book
All staff and volunteers should understand what is meant by adult abuse and how to raise any concerns they may have that an adult at risk has been abused.
This understanding is achieved via Basic Awareness Training (Level 1). We offer a range of options for accessing Basic Awareness (Level 1) learning:
- Multi-agency face to face sessions - download our diary of events, course information and the booking form.
- E-Learning - basic awareness Safeguarding Adults, Mental Capacity Act and Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards courses are available provided by me learning.
- Workbooks - this option allows staff to complete Level 1 training at their own pace with support from a line manager - for more information please contact the BSAB Board Manager
- In-house - organisations can provide in-house training at Level 1. The training must follow the Bromley Safeguarding Adults Board Competency Framework. If you currently deliver Level 1 training in-house you can notify the BSAB Board Manager who will support you to ensure that the training meets the required competences.
- Training beyond basic awareness (Level 1) should be accessed via the multi-agency training programme. These courses include;
- Level 2 (Responding to abuse)
- Level 3 (Role of the designated safeguarding adult manager)
- Risk assessment and management plan
- Thematic workshops
For advice about Safeguarding Adults training, to access the workbook, arrange bespoke courses or accredit in-house training please contact the Safeguarding Adults Board Manager.
BSAB multi-agency e-learning programme
- Safeguarding children Level 1 & 2
- Safeguarding children with disabilities
- Information sharing and consent - for people working with children
- Managing conflict – children’s workforce
- Safeguarding adults level 1 & 2
- Mental Capacity Act 2005
- Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards
- Managing conflict – adult workforce
- Mental health, dementia and learning disability (awareness) - for Health & Social Care
- Safeguarding awareness
- Domestic abuse
- Data Protection Act 1998
- Autism awareness
- E-safety for parents
- E-safety for children
- Safeguarding against radicalisation: the Prevent duty
- Modern Day Slavery & human trafficking
- Hate crime
- Female Genital Mutilation (FGM)
Visit our e-learning training page to self-register and complete the course of your choice.