Safeguarding, boundaries and confidentiality
This training is aimed at:
Anyone supporting vulnerable adults in a workplace setting. It is designed to ensure that the care and support they offer promotes and maintains the safety and well-being of their client/ service user group. This training is primarily designed for those working with adults (as opposed to child care or youth work).
This training will include:
- What are boundaries?
- The difference between personal and professional boundaries
- What is safeguarding?
- Who is most at risk of abuse
- Types of abuse
- Safeguarding action
- Confidentiality and Consent
- Breaching confidentiality
Those who work in a health or social care setting are required at all times to act in such a way that they safeguard and promote the health, well-being and safety of those in their care or in need of their services.
Professional boundaries, safeguarding and confidentiality are fundamental to ensuring client/ service user safety and well-being, as well as providing a good practice framework to guide and protect employees.