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Safeguarding Adults Awareness (Refresher Course) 9.30am - 12.30pm

Wednesday 13th November

CANCELLED Disability Sheffield are running a number of FREE courses for Individual Employers and Personal Assistants in partnership with Skills for Care and Sheffield City Council starting this September until February 2020.

Venue
The Moorfoot Learning Centre, Floor 1, West Wing, Moorfoot Building, Sheffield S1 4PL

Aims
Refresher course to enable you to fulfil your roles and responsibilities within the South Yorkshire Safeguarding Procedures. A number of these courses meet Care Certificate Standards and/or provide evidence for the Health and Social Care Level 2 Qualification Credit Framework (QCF). To enquire which courses provide this, please email admin@disabilitysheffield.org.uk

Who the training is for
- Anyone who receives a social care direct payment and employs their own Personal Assistants
- Anyone who is funding their own social care and employs their own Personal Assistants
- Anyone employed as a Personal Assistant for an adult over the age of 18, who is receiving social care support

Full details of the training courses on various topics are available in our training brochure

Booking onto these courses is essential and spaces are limited. To book a place email admin@disabilitysheffield.org.uk or call Disability Sheffield on (0114) 2536750

Find further details and other training opportunities for PAs and Individual Employers on our training brochure


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