Safeguarding Level 3
A one-day course for anyone wishing to learn how to Safeguard Children and Vulnerable Adults.
It promotes awareness and sensitivity to safeguarding enabling learners to be able to identify issues and emphasises the responsibility to ensure that concerns are reported and acted on appropriately.
- How long is the course?
The minimum classroom contact time of 7 hours must be delivered over a minimum of 1 day.
- How many units are there?
There are two units consisting of theoretical and practical work.
- What do the units cover?
A range of subjects are covered including:
Responsibilities and reporting; Resuscitation; Assessment of the situation; Fainting; Dealing with an unresponsive casualty; Choking; Head injuries; Diabetes; Infantile convulsions; Foreign bodies; Control of bleeding; Anaphylaxia; Eye injuries; Fractures; Heat and Cold; Asthma; Sickle cell anaemia; Meningitis; Burns; and Shock.
- How is it assessed?
The qualification is assessed by written assessment. A learner must successfully pass the written assessment to achieve the qualification. There is no grading of the assessment; learners pass or are referred.
The learner will complete a written assessment paper containing 10 open and multiple choice questions needing to achieve a minimum of 7 out of 10 to pass. The duration of the assessment is 30 minutes.
- Who is the Awarding Body?
This qualification is awarded by First Aid Awards.
- How many candidates can be in a group?
We deliver to a minimum group size of 4 and up to a maximum of 12 candidates.
- Where is the training held?
This course can be held at a location of your choice. We will work with you to find a suitable location, for example your workplace or a local community centre. Courses can be held anywhere across Hampshire.
- How much does it cost?
£60+VAT per person; group discounts are available so please contact us to find out more.
- How do I book?