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Safeguarding Adults (Level 2) SCORM File

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Do you have your own Learner Management System (LMS)?

If the answer is yes and you are looking for a supplier of SCORM courses, we can help you. We have worked with large companies to enable them to access our content on their LMS so that it provides seamless link for learners.

We have a range of 75+ courses you can choose from. With a 48 hour turnaround we will have you up and running in no time!

Safeguarding is everybody's business, It is the action taken to promote the welfare of 'adults at risk', protecting their right to live safely, free form abuse and neglect.


If individuals and organisations work together and share information, they can identify refer and respond to prevent and/or support individuals at risk of or suffering from abuse and neglect.

This includes staff being able to recognise signs, symptoms and behavioural indicators, understand what constitutes an 'adult at risk', know how to respond and work with other organisations and know when a referral is needed to statutory services.


This course is for anyone who comes into contact with adults and will help staff to understand safeguarding and how to embed it into everyday service delivery.


This course contains the following modules:


1. Signs, symptoms and behavioural indicators of abuse - 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 (10 categories) 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.


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. 


3. 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. Consent, person centred approach and referrals to social care.


4. Legislation and guidance – Legislation: The Care Act 2014 (including the safeguarding principles and making safeguarding personal), Safeguarding adults Boards and their roles and responsibilities, Human Rights Act 1998, Mental Capacity Act 2015, and other legislation. We look at what your organisation needs to have in place, including policy, procedures and designated safeguarding lead, along with other agencies working with adults and their roles, including advocacy. Information sharing and confidentiality.


This course takes learners approx 2 hours to complete.

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Safeguarding Adults (Level 2) SCORM File

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  • Host on your LMS and have unlimited users.
  • Knowledge checkpoint at the end of each module.
  • Retake as many times as needed.
  • Track learners participation and test results.


  • You don’t need to invest the time and money developing courses.
  • Quick turnaround, you could have courses on your platform within 48 hours. Our SCORM packages are published in .zip file in the format of a SCORM 1.2 (HTML5)
  • You receive updated SCORM files if a course is updated (this could be a general update or a legislative change).
  • Excellent customer service, we are here to help you implement the training.
  • Annual renewal - The SCORM package has a 12-month expiry date from the point of purchase and will need to be renewed annually for ongoing access to the course.

4 easy steps

Research and selection - Choose your courses, we have over 75 courses – We can provide you with a free trial to ensure the content meets your requirements.

Test – We need to ensure the full compatibility with your LMS. We will send you a test SCORM file to ensure everything is working as it should.

Load your course to your LMS – We will send you the zipped SCORM file and you can upload it to your LMS.

Start learning – Now the course is on your LMS you can have as many learners as you want, no limits, no extra costs


Our e-learning courses have been designed to work on the following browsers and mobile apps:

  • Windows: Microsoft Edge, Google Chrome and Firefox.
  • Mac: Safari, Google Chrome and Firefox.
  • Mobile: Safari in Apple iOS 12 or later, Google Chrome in Apple iOS 12 or later and Google Chrome in Android OS 6 or later.

Please ensure that JavaScript is enabled in your browser, and that font downloads is enabled to see the correct fonts and characters in the course. We strongly recommend using the latest browser version for the best experience as older browsers may experience issues.

The platform is compatible with most mobile phones. However, we do not recommend using mobile phones to complete courses due to the amount of information included in the courses.


  • Our courses are unbranded.
  • Learner resources will be branded with your logo.

  • Courses are designed by our in-house instructional design team.

  • Deploy training to your learners quickly (we have a 48 hour turn around).

  • Courses are designed by our in-house instructional design team.

  • All courses are CPD certified.

  • Support team to help you through the process.

  • Courses are compatible with a range of devices (Desktop, laptop, tablet and many mobile phones).

  • Click and play voice over feature.

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Simply Call us on 01782 757001 or fill in the form below and one of our team will get back to you to discuss your needs.