In-house training (we come to you)

Do you have a whole team that would benefit from our training or would it be more practical for us to come to you? All of our courses can be adapted for your organisation or your region. We work across the UK.

Our network of associate trainers cover many more areas of expertise, contact us to see how we can meet your specific training needs.

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    Adult safeguarding

    Effectively identify and manage adult safeguarding issues in line with good practice and legislative changes.

    This is a 1 day in-house course (we come to you).

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    In-house course
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    Professional boundaries

    Clarify professional boundaries for staff to work effectively and safely with vulnerable people; maintaining a positive, friendly working relationship at a professional distance.

    This is a 1 day in-house course (we come to you).

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    In-house course
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    Lone working

    Explore the practical and emotional issues faced by lone workers and their managers, and build on good practice to increase safety and manage risk.

    This is a 1 day in-house course (we come to you).

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    In-house course
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    Key working and support planning

    Develop understanding and tools to provide support using a key worker and individual support planning approach.

    This is a 1 day in-house course (we come to you).

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    In-house course
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    Adult safeguarding for managers

    Effectively identify and manage adult safeguarding issues in line with good practice and legislative changes.

    This is a 1 day in-house course (we come to you).

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    In-house course

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The Training Exchange courses are mapped to National Occupational Standards (NOS) and competence frameworks. Training is an important step in achieving competence in these standards by filling gaps in knowledge, understanding or skills. Course handbooks and the notes that you take can provide useful evidence for assessment.