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Appendix 4 – Multi-agency training courses and feedback

Core multi-agency training programmes – summary of attendance figures

Safeguarding Adults course

(number delivered)

Total Attendance Breakdown by sector/agency
1 Safeguarding Adults Alerter (35)

 

579

Independent, Voluntary & Private sector 68% (up 5%)

NHS agencies 15% (down 11%)

South Glos Council 15% (up 5%), Other 2% (up 1%)

2 Managing Good Practice in SGA Issues (7) 92

Independent, Voluntary & Private sector 65% (up 2%)

NHS agencies 10% (down 7%)

South Glos Council 25% (up 5%)

3 Managing and Preventing Institutional Abuse (4) 61

Independent, Voluntary & Private sector 88% (down 1%)

NHS agencies 2% (down 7%)

South Glos Council 10% (up 10%)

4

Safer Recruitment (1)

– includes children’s services

12

Indep, Vol & Private sector (adult care) 33% (down 19%)

South Glos Council 33% (up 1%)

School/Pre-school 33% (up 24%)

5 Safeguarding Adults CPD Update (2) 75

Independent, Voluntary & Private sector 75%

NHS agencies 7%, South Glos Council 16%

Prison services 1%, Other 1%

Delegate feedback – based on responses given immediately at the end of each course

Measure

2014-15

Performance

2013-14 Performance
% reporting Safeguarding Adults training as either Excellent or Good 98.3%

  • 65.2% excellent
  • 33.1% good
98.5%

  • 63% excellent
  • 35.5% good
% who feel their knowledge & understanding has increased significantly compared to the level they were at pre-course 79% 76%

Measuring impact on workforce practice

Data gained by contacting managers of employees who have attended multi-agency training, 3-5 months after that training.

Measure 2014-15 Performance 2013-14 Performance

Managers training:

% reporting increased confidence and changed practice following training

89% Increased Confidence

83% Changed Practice

88% Increased Confidence

75.5% Changed Practice

Alerter training:

% of managers reporting that their employees have high/very high levels of knowledge post-training, compared to pre-training

 

86% (an increase of 44%, from 42% pre-training)

 

89.5% (an increase of 53.5%, from 36% pre-training)