ASCERT Launches New Alcohol and Drug Training Calendar
Drug and alcohol services charity, ASCERT, is delighted to launch a new calendar of Workforce Development Training running from September to December 2017, funded by the Public Health Agency.
Courses are aimed at practitioners working with adults, children or young people within the statutory and voluntary and community sectors, and are designed to develop knowledge and skills in addressing drug and alcohol misuse. Courses are free and are CPD certified.
Courses for people working with adults
Foundation Module: Adults and Family Members (3 days)
Accredited Advanced Module - Level 3 Certificate in Substance Misuse (12 days)
Substance Misuse Awareness (1 Day)
Parental Substance Misuse (2 days)
Substance Misuse Awareness (1 day)
Supporting Family Members (2 days)
Understanding Alcohol Awareness (1/2 day)
Courses for people working with children & young people
Foundation Module: Children, Young People & Families (3 days)
Safeguarding Children: Hidden Harm Protocol (1/2 day)
The Regional Initial Assessment Tool for Young People (RIAT) (1/2 day)
Working with Young People & Substance Misuse (2 days)
Further information on the courses including dates and venues is available here. Please note courses can only be booked online through the ASCERT website.
If you cannot find a course that is suitable to you we can provide or develop bespoke programmes that will meet your specific needs (there will be a charge for this). For more information contact us at [email protected] or telephone 0800 2545 123.