Substance Misuse Training Overview:
Drugs and alcohol can affect many adults, children and young people in the UK today. People from all backgrounds might experiment with substances, and some will go on to have substance misuse problems. Young people in care often face disruptions in their lives which can make them vulnerable and more likely to come into contact with drugs than other young people. Many have experienced a range of difficulties in their lives: some may be from homes and neighbourhoods where the regular use of drugs is common place. This can in turn affect their own attitudes towards substance use.
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The course is delivered over 3 hours
Our group training is offered for 15 attendees per trainer
This training is available to be delivered in a environment.
What is covered:
Who is the course for?
This course is suitable for all carers, social workers and any staff who require up to date information on drugs and alcohol issues. The course can be tailored for either schools, youth groups, children’s homes or foster care.
What will you achieve?
“Excellent, hands on learning made fun and interactive. trainer answered every question and was very informative but also fun.”
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“Trainer had good knowledge backed up with good humour the course worked really well. Clear and concise.”
“Very good course trainer has great knowledge of his subject and presents the course in a relaxed manner.”