Workbooks and Factsheets
These workbooks are designed for you to work through in your own time. The first workbook - Safeguarding Adult Awareness - should be completed first if you only have limited knowledge regarding adult safeguarding. Thereafter the Modules can be completed in any order.
When you have completed all of the exercises please speak to your manager and complete the assessment in order to demonstrate your knowledge of safeguarding adults. Your manager can then contact the RBSAB for your certificate to be issued.
Please note - these workbooks are not an alternative to formal training. They are meant to augment our training sessions, not replace them. Once the each workbook has been completed it is recommended that the learning is developed through our training courses.
Adult safeguarding workbooks
Children's safeguarding workbook
If you have any queries about the workbooks please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Fabricated and Induced Illnesses - Factsheet
Coercion and Control - Factsheet
Consanguinity - Factsheet
Safeguarding process Fact sheet 1: What happens when abuse is reported – Information for adults who may be being abused or neglected
Safeguarding Process Factsheet 2: Safeguarding Adults – Information for family and friends
Safeguarding process Factsheet 3: What are the stages of the Safeguarding process?
Safeguarding process Factsheet 4: What is a Section 42 Safeguarding Enquiry?
Safeguarding Process Factsheet 5: What is a Strategy Meeting?
Safeguarding Process Factsheet 6: Safeguarding Adult Reviews – Information for families
Safeguarding process Factsheet 7: Safeguarding Adult Enquiries: Information for a person alleged to have caused harm
Safeguarding Process Factsheet 8: What happens after you report a Safeguarding Adults concern