Safeguarding Adults Level 3
To obtain your certificate, you are required to score 80% or higher. However, you can retake the exam as many times as you need to. Good Luck!
Q1 - Which of the following was NOT a mentioned act in this course?
Q2 - Which act provides a framework for those incapable of making decisions for themselves?
Q3 - There are five key principles in the ‘safeguarding of adults’
Q4 - Which of the following is NOT one of these principles?
Q5 - Depending on level of risk, how many prioritisation levels are there in adult safeguarding?
Q6 - What is the optimal time frame for taking action in the decision process of safeguarding?
Q7 - The definition of safeguarding is?
Q8 - Which of the following is NOT a standard procedure for safeguarding assessment strategies?
Q9 - What is the recommended time frame for creating a safeguarding plan after an individual is decided to be vulnerable?