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Staff may not carry caseloads but still come into contact with children, families or carers. This could be over the telephone or face to face. All staff that come into contact with children, families or carers need to have an awareness of safeguarding. This involves being able to recognise the signs and symptoms of abuse and know how to manage and record a disclosure of abuse.

This can feel overwhelming to staff who have not had training in this vital subject area.

Staff that are trained increases confidence, which ensures that procedures are understood and followed, and that safeguarding is always at the forefront of the organisation.

This course covers the national safeguarding training, learning and development standards - group A.

Memorable Principles:

• I know what the term safeguarding means

• I know what to look out for

• I know how to report

Group A practitioners are ALL staff who join a public or voluntary organisation in Wales. The training, learning and development standards are also suitable for those working in the private sector, volunteers and elected members of local authorities.

Course content

Modules you will cover in this Safeguarding Adults Group A Wales Online Training:
Module 1 - Signs and symptoms of abuse, harm and neglect - We look at what constitutes an adult at risk, how this could be a permanent state or episodic. Safeguarding principles and the roles and responsibilities of practitioners. Different forms that adults abuse can take; Physical, sexual, emotional, financial and neglect and signs and symptoms associated with these types of abuse. Behavioural indicators to look out for when working with adults and the consequences of abuse.
Module 2 - Susceptibility to abuse - Some adults may be more susceptible to abuse, we look at heightened risk factors including domestic abuse, drugs and alcohol, and mental health. This leads on to mental capacity including the five principles and how these work in practice.
Module 3 - Responding to a disclosure – Reporting, responding and recording concerns and disclosures. The difference between a concern and a disclosure. The importance of recording and reporting (Duty to report). Why some adults may be reluctant to talk and reacting appropriately (advice and tips). Reporting a safeguarding concern, reporting a disclosure of abuse, handling a disclosure, what to record, who to report it to, when to report it (timescales), after the disclosure. 


Continuing Professional Development (CPD)

All of our courses are certified. This is done by the CPD certification Service. They have been inspected by an independent assessor and meet national standards.

Is this course right for me?

• You want content delivered online.

• You want a course that you can complete at your own pace.

• You want access to course material and additional resources for 1 year.

• You want access for 24 hours a day.

• You want to print your own CPD certificate upon completion.

Remember, if you need to purchase multiple courses you may be eligible for a discount. Contact us to see how we can help you.


  • Fully online course with assessment at the end of each module

  • CPD certified by the CPD certification Service

  • CPD certificate available to download upon completion

  • Audio option (read aloud)

  • Optional learner file resource

  • Approximate 1 hour duration

Optional Formal Accreditation

Most of our courses have the option for formal accreditation through AIM Qualifications and Assessment Group.

What does this mean?

Whilst all of our courses are CPD certified as standard, formal accreditation is done through a National Awarding Body.

What level are the courses?

The majority of our courses are all at a level 2.

How many credits does this course quality for?

This course is a single credit value.

Do I need to do any extra work?

You will be required to compete a learner file which is available once logged in. This is an enabled PDF so you can type your answer in. You will upload this in your learning area along with your learner registration form. We will then mark your learner file and provide feedback. 

Once this is complete we will put a request in to AIM Qualifications and Assessment Group for your formal certificate.

How do I get my formal certificate?

This will be posted out to you once we receive it from the awarding body. It is sent recorded delivery.