This year's programme contains all of the learning opportunities available from last year, along with some exciting new additions. Following a request from the third sector and independent sector, the ASP team's 'Train the Trainers Programme' has been created and is included within the training programme. This programme will be reviewed following completion - third sector and independent sector organisations are encouraged to take full advantage of this course.
Train the Trainers Programme:
This interactive course will deepen your skills as a trainer, improving your approach to developing and delivering basic ASP training within your workplace. The aim of this course is to provide attendees with the knowledge, skills and confidence to facilitate basic ASP awareness training within their individual organisations.
This 2-day course aims to provide participants with the ability to:
Define who is an ‘adult at risk of harm’ & ‘what is harm’ as described in Adult Support and Protection Act (ASP).
Understand the duties to report any concerns and cooperate where there is actual or suspected harm Appreciate types of harm and their implications.
Be aware of roles and responsibilities to support and protect adults.
Appreciate the implications of ASP for day-to-day working.
Gather knowledge, skills and confidence to become a basic ASP Trainer within your own organisation.
Tuesday 10 and Wednesday 11 May 2022 (both days are mandatory)
All full-day courses, 09.30 - 16:00
If you would like to book a place on the webinar and are not a Fife Council Employee, please fill in the application, found at the end of the training programme, and return it to – [email protected]