This course will enable participants to take minutes in a way that is required to support the adult safeguarding process.
It will explore some of the factors that contribute to effective case conference meetings including administrative arrangements, coping strategies and sources of support.
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Who is this course for?
This course is for any staff required to take minutes in relation to safeguarding adults at risk in health, social care or any related services.
This could include:
- Health workers
- Social workers
- Police officers
- Administrative staff
Aims of Minute Taking for Safeguarding Training:
- To enable participants to take minutes in a way that is required to support the safeguarding process.
- To be confident in taking notes for the purpose of writing minutes of safeguarding adults meetings.
- Understanding how to write minutes that are concise, have a logical structure and are quick and easy to read and understand.
- Exploring some of the factors that contribute to effective safeguarding meetings including administrative arrangements.
Minute Taking for Safeguarding Training will explore the following areas:
- Adults at risk
Put safeguarding adults minutes into context by considering who adults at risk are and the purpose of strategy meetings.
- Listening and concentration skills
Consider the development and methods of listening and concentration skills.
- Common difficulties
This course will explore some of the common difficulties you might experience while taking minutes at any stage of the safeguarding process.
- Coping strategies and support
Explore some of the possible coping strategies and sources of support for those taking the minutes of the meeting.