Stage 2 equivalent training guidance

Published: 19/05/2021


Stage learning outcome

  • Recognises safeguarding concerns in patients and healthcare professionals

Examples of

Supervised Learning Events (SLEs) can be used to demonstrate:
  • management of consent with a child or adolescent involving parents
  • knowledge of the local procedure for referral of a child for safeguarding concerns
  • involvement with cases where there are safeguarding issues with children or adults
  • adjustment to pre-operative assessment and consent when dealing with vulnerable adults or children
  • involvement with cases dealing with vulnerable adults and children such as those with learning disabilities, autism, acute confusion, dementia, and mental illness.
Personal Activities and Personal Reflections may include:
  • attendance at local mandatory training including safeguarding, information governance, and mental capacity act
  • experience of the involvement of an Independent Mental Capacity Advocate.