Safeguarding Adults Level 1 Training

The National Training Academy
Delivery Method: eLearning

Staff may not carry caseloads but still come into contact with adults. This could be over the telephone or face to face. All staff that come into contact with adults need to have an awareness of safeguarding. This involves being able to recognise the signs and symptoms of abuse and know how to manage and record a disclosure of abuse.

This course is a basic awareness level 1 course. It is for staff whose work brings them into contact with adults. If staff work with adults on a regular basis or carry a case load, they need to complete the Level 2 course.

This Safeguarding adults’ level 1 course focuses on:

  • What constitutes an ‘adult at risk’ and safeguarding responsibilities
  • Terminology, what is adult abuse, types of abuse and signs and symptoms of abuse.
  • How a disclosure might happen, opening up, reluctance to talk, reacting appropriately, disclosures, supporting you and procedures.


  • An introduction to safeguarding adults
  • Different forms, signs and symptoms of abuse
  • Responding to a disclosure

Continuing Professional Development (CPD)

All of our courses are certified. This is done by the CPD certification Service. They have been inspected by an independent assessor and meet national standards.

Learning Outcome:

  • Understand the different forms that abuse of adults can take
  • Understand ways in which adults may be susceptible to abuse
  • Understand how to report concerns of abuse and where to record that information.
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