Training

We are currently delivering all of our training online via Microsoft Teams or eLearning packages.

Safeguarding adults training courses

East Riding Safeguarding Adults Board provides a range of free adult safeguarding training programmes, ensuring we aspire to current standards and high-quality resources.

Search our multi-level, certified courses available to all independent care sector staff.

The Board provides various levels of training, which is currently being delivered virtually due to the current national health situation.

ERSAB course finder

If you are a safeguarding practitioner in the East Riding you can log in to book onto ERSAB-provided courses.

Anyone can explore the safeguarding courses available using the filters below, without needing to log on.

Please Contact us if you have any questions about the courses.

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ERSAB Multi-agency Training Calendar Jan 2022 - April 2022

Booking form

The booking form for ERSAB courses is available to download and complete below. It is also available to download from within each course notice, so delegates should have no trouble being able to book onto training courses.

Download the ERSAB Training Course Booking Form

Cascade Training Day (2 days)

Duration
2 days
Level
Level 4
Type
Face-to-face
Course aim
To provide delegates with knowledge, information and training tools to deliver the Level 1 Foundation Training, as a Cascade Trainer (within your own agency) with confidence.
Course details

This course is suitable for all delegates working in the statutory, voluntary and independent sector, working with 'Adults at Risk of Harm' (formerly Vulnerable Adults), in a range of settings.

Course content:

Day 1

  1. Review expectations of Cascade Trainers role
  2. Observe delivery of Level 1 programme
  3. Review training materials and content.

Day 2

  1. Co-deliver course content
  2. Research legislation and guidance
  3. Deliver group presentation.
Target audience
  1. Must have attended face-to-face Safeguarding Adults Training at Level 1 delivered by a Safeguarding Board Trainer, followed by Level 2 or 3
  2. Must have managers approval to a) be a cascade trainer for the board and b) deliver in house training
  3. Must be confident when speaking in front of people, especially within your own agency.
Learning outcomes

Have a clear understanding of Legislation, Policies, Procedures and Training Resources that support making safeguarding personal, to ensure a consistent and confident Level 1 Foundation Programme is delivered to in-house staff.

Dates
ReferenceDateTimeVenue
Tue, 26 Apr 202210:00am to 3:30pmVirtual online with trainer
Wed, 27 Apr 202210:00am to 3:30pmVirtual online with trainer

About ERSAB training

Online training

Please use the Evaluation form to provide feedback on these sessions and to claim your certificate.

Please note: except for level 1, you must still have the necessary prerequisites before you can claim a certificate.

Complete the ERSAB Training Evaluation Form

Virtual training

Please read the guidance document below entitled 'What is Virtual Training?'.

What is Virtual Training? (pdf 94kb)

The virtual sessions with the ERSAB trainer will be awarded a certificate, valid for three years. Resources produced during the Covid restrictions are being reviewed. New resources will commence from January 2022.

We try to replicate the face-to-face sessions with case studies, quizzes and opportunities for discussion and questions, and have arranged several sessions at both Level 1 and Level 2 between now and the end of the year.

If you would like to book a place on one of the courses, check the Training Calendar and complete the Booking Form in the usual way.

Booking Form - Updated October 2019 (word 190kb)

If it is more convenient, we still have the online videos available as outlined below but, as this is a temporary measure, the certificate is valid for only a year.

If you have any queries, please contact the support team on (01482) 396442 or sab@eastriding.gov.uk.

What is Virtual Training?

Virtual Training is in place of face-to-face training which is currently not available due to Covid-19 restrictions. It is a live session with a trainer and other learners which can be done remotely using digital technology. It enables learners to listen and interact with the trainer and with other learners as you would in a face-to-face session.

What Equipment/Technology do I need?

  • A quiet space where you won’t be interrupted

  • Your handouts (sent prior to the course)

  • A laptop/PC/smartphone or tablet (maximum of two people per screen please)

  • A speaker and a microphone as a minimum, but preferably a web cam too (most modern devices will have these built-in)

  • The training will be conducted through Microsoft Teams but you don’t need to download the software – you can join as a ‘Guest.’

How do I take part in a Virtual Training Session?

  • Check the training calendar and select the course and date you wish to take part in

  • Make sure you have access to the necessary technology (see panel above entitled 'What Equipment/Technology do I need?')

  • Book yourself on the course in the usual way using the booking form on the website.

  • Once your booking is confirmed, you will be sent a link via email - 'Join meeting' - along with the documents used in the training

  • On the day, click on the link 10-15 minutes before the session is due to start

  • Enter your name and click ‘Join now’

  • Make sure your camera and microphone are working

  • Join in the training!

Level 1 training

As before, you have the option of completing the online training or downloading and completing the workbook.

Although this would be valid for three years, we recommend face-to-face training as soon as it becomes available, particularly for new starters.

Level 1 Workbook

The Workbook gives a basic understanding of safeguarding and can be used by staff and volunteers.

The Workbook can be printed and done in your own time and then discussed with your manager.

Offering a flexible approach to learning, it can be used at a convenient time, has to be completed with support and supervision from a manager, can be completed as a group activity or individually - it provides information and checks learning using a variety of questions.

To download a copy of the ERSAB workbook please click on the link below. Answers are available to managers from the SAB Administration team.

ERSAB Level 1 Workbook (pdf 700kb)

Level 2 training

ERSAB Level 2 courses are suitable for all delegates working within the voluntary and independent sector supporting 'Adults at Risk of Harm' (formerly Vulnerable Adults), in a range of settings.

A prerequisite to taking a Level 2 course is that participants must have completed Level 1 training.

Level 2 courses include:

  • the Mental Capacity Act 2005 course which allows professionals to be aware of their role and responsibility when applying the Mental Capacity Act 2005, within the safeguarding adults context.

  • Reporting a Concern course which aims to raise the profile of the Safeguarding Adults Operational Guidance and apply this to reporting a concern and completing Form 1 of the Concerns Form.

Both Level 2 courses are 3 hours in duration and a pre-requisite for further learning at Level 3 provided by the Board.

Level 3 training

Level 3 training is for seniors/managers.

For the MCA session there are three elements, the ERSAB MCA Video, the SCIE video and the presentation.

Both sessions include an evaluation which you must complete in order to claim your temporary certificate.

Learning briefs

Seven-minute briefings are based on research that suggests seven minutes is an ideal time in which to concentrate and learn.

This type of summary is now being adopted by the Board in order to provide learning briefs for partners in regard to Adult Safeguarding.

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ERSAB course evaluation feedback form

Please use the evaluation form to provide feedback on these sessions and to claim your certificate. (Except for level 1, you must still have the necessary prerequisites before you can claim a certificate.)

Please complete the evaluation form by clicking the Start button below.

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