Training Resources


The Awareness Workbook should be completed first if the learner only has limited knowledge regarding adult safeguarding. Thereafter the Modules can be completed in any order, although it is strongly recommended that Module One is completed as this contains some of the most important information in relation to protecting adults, and preventing abuse and neglect.

Safeguarding Adults Awareness Workbook (Version 4) (December 2018)

Module One: Learning from Serious Instances of Abuse and Neglect (Version 3) (December 2018)

Module Two: The Mental Capacity Act and Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards (Version 3) (September 2018)

Module Three: Domestic Abuse (Version 4) (May 2020)

Module Four: Forced Marriage (Version 3) (September 2018)

Module Five: Female Genital Mutilation (Version 4)  (July 2020)

Module Six: Prevent (Version 4) (September 2018)

Module Seven: Modern Slavery (Version 1) (September 2018)

Module Eight: Self-Neglect (Version 3) (October 2020)

Please Note: All of the above workbooks require the support and guidance of your line manager / team leader. Managers Guidance: Workbooks Contact [email protected] for the password.

For all certificate requests during the COVID-19 pandemic,  please send the workbook evaluation and the certificate of completion pages electronically to [email protected]

Resources from Training Events

Understanding Exploitation in Tees Conference

External E-learning

Dementia E-Learning Course (Alzheimer’s Society and the Social Care Institute for Excellence)

Domestic Abuse Basic Awareness E-learning Training  (Independent Domestic Abuse Service)

Domestic Abuse Training for Professionals (Safe Lives)

Multi-Agency Public Protection Arrangements (MAPPA) (MAPPA E-learning site)

Prevent and Channel E-Learning (Home Office)

Suicide Prevention Training (Zero Suicide Alliance)

Video Tutorials and Webinars

A range of video tutorials can be viewed on the TSAB YouTube Channel

Modern Slavery Linked to Homelessness and COVID19 (May 2020) – recorded webinar hosted by Homeless Link and West Midlands Anti-Slavery Network.

Course Directory

Details on the full range of training offered via TSAB can be viewed in the TSAB Course Directory