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Lewisham Safeguarding Adults Board

Safeguarding Adults Training

All of our Safeguarding Adults Courses are available to Private, Voluntary and Independent organisations and commissioned care providers in Lewisham.

Subscribe to our E-Bulletin to be among the first to find out about the Adult Safeguarding Training we offer. 

Online Adult Safeguarding Foundation Level Training Sessions

The aim of these online sessions is to provide an introduction to adult safeguarding by outlining the legal framework, definitions and principles that are used, and by explaining the content of the Lewisham Adult Safeguarding Pathway which includes key local and national resources. This is for new staff or volunteers, or for those needing a refresher on this subject. This is led by Martin Crow, LSAB Business Manager.

All of our online training is held on the Microsoft Teams platform.

Wednesday 6 July 2022 1pm-4pm Book your place

Wednesday 31 Aug 2022 1pm-4pm Book your place

Wednesday 2 Nov 2022 1pm-4pm Book your place

Wednesday 14 Dec 2022 1pm-4pm Book your place

Liberty Protection Safeguards Training

These sessions are for relevant senior managers across agencies in the Borough who are responsible for delivering and developing the policy, procedural and strategic response to the implementation of the Mental Capacity (Amendment) Act 2019, which will introduce LPS and replace the Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards (DoLS) regime. We are very excited to announce that two of these sessions will be held face to face, please see below. 

Wednesday 21 Sept 10am - 1pm For Senior Managers (Online) Book your place

Wednesday 5 Oct 10am - 1pm For Senior Managers (Online) Book your place

Tuesday 18 Oct 9am - 12pm For Frontline Managers (Civic Suite) Book your place

Tuesday 18 Oct 1pm - 4pm  For Frontline Managers (Civic Suite) Book your place

Thursday 20 Oct 9:30am - 12:30pm  For Front Line Managers (Online) Book your place

***Please note***

LSAB training events are free of charge to delegates, but are a very valuable resource that take a lot of time, (public) money and effort to arrange. These are often oversubscribed too, meaning that ‘drop outs’ prevent another person from attending.

Delegates should not book onto an event unless they can absolutely commit to attending, and if you need to drop out you should inform us by email as soon as possible so that a replacement can be considered.

If you do not attend and do not let us know in advance we will ask your manager for an explanation, and we will reserve the right to refuse future bookings for repeated ‘no shows’.


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