Chairing Skills

In-house course: call for details
Duration: 1 Day (6 hours CPD)

Key Learning Points

  • Apply knowledge of relevant legislation, code and guidance underpinning safeguarding adults into the role of a chair in a safeguarding meeting.
  • Examine the importance of dynamic risk assessments.
  • Explain the role and responsibilities of the chairperson.
  • Examine good practice around the management and co-ordination of adult safeguarding meetings to best practice standards.
  • Plan adult safeguarding meetings effectively.
  • Apply the theory of how to chair a meeting to best practice standards into practice through role play.
  • Assess through group discussion and peer feedback the key attributes of a chair.

Chairing Skills - Overview

Social care professionals are often required to attend and chair adult safeguarding meetings. Being able to do so effectively, is essential to help ensure positive outcomes for clients.

This course is designed to ensure that delegates fully understand what is required to convene and chair a meeting to best practice standards, and will explore the knowledge and skills required to do so successfully.

Role play and exercises will help delegates put theory into practice using a person-centred approach.

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