• Safeguarding Adults

Course Overview

Everyone has a safeguarding responsibility with regards to vulnerable adults. We all have a duty in ensuring the safety and wellbeing of those individuals with whom we come into contact with either during our work, family life or just being a member of the public.

This may be raising a concern, or passing on information or, if you are in a professional role, taking on more responsibilities to ensure that the processes for implementing company policy  are being dealt with correctly.

If you are at all concerned and need support or information we at Viking Training can provide you with the necessary training to comply with these processes and ensure that the right course of action is taken.

Course Content

The Safeguarding Adults course covers:

  • What is Safe Guarding
  • Types of Abuse
  • Indicators / Signs of Abuse 
  • Organisations nominated Officer—Role & Responsibilities
  • Disclosure Process
  • Urgent / Immediate Actions
  • Paperwork Process – Reporting & Recording
  • Support Process for the Abused Person
  • Support information and process for staff
  • Prevent – Terrorism & Vulnerable Adults
  • Modern Slavery & Vulnerable Adults
  • Case studies
  • Safer Caring Process
  • Person Centred Approach

Practical sessions

Case studies throughout the course will be utilised to generate conversation between candidates.


Discussions throughout the course will ensure that candidates are understanding content and would take the appropriate actions.


  • Safeguarding adults handout

Additional information

The course covers sensitive topics and does contain video clips relating to the topic. All content is handled in sensitive and supportive manner, but some candidates have found the topic uncomfortable.

If you require an accredited course, please see our Level 3 Award in Principles of Safeguarding.


We deliver the courses across the UK, including but not limited to Brecon, Bristol, Cardiff, Carmarthen, Haverfordwest, Llanelli, Reading, Swansea and Worcester.