Chaperone Training

Chaperone TrainingThis course is an introduction to the role and requirements of a Chaperone. It will help those working in this role or those asked to take on this role, to apply a person centered approach to clients and understand some of the key strategies for providing support to them and managing challenges that can occur as a result.

Duration ½ day
Cost For prices please follow the link on the right to our Eventbrite page
Includes All course materials and certificate of attendance
Accreditation The Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) 3 CPD points awarded on completion.

Aims and Objectives

  • To identify when and for what a chaperone may be required and to understand the role requirements. Confidentiality issues will be discussed along with the procedures involved in raising concerns.

Course Contents

  • Who are suitable Chaperones
  • When would you require a chaperone
  • The role of a chaperone
  • Where misunderstanding occur
  • Confidentiality and Patient information
  • Caldicott
  • Whistle Blowing
  • Public interest and disclosure
  • Whistle blowing examples
  • What to do
  • Process
  • Protection for workers
  • Raising concerns
  • Record Keeping and documentation

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

  • Receptionists
  • HCAs
  • Care Staff
  • Support Workers
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