Youth and Schools Based Training

In the 2010 Drugs Strategy, it states that a high quality drug and alcohol education is essential if young people are to make positive and informed choices about drugs and alcohol usage.

We have significant experience not only in substance interventions but the design, organisation and delivery of training courses and programmes.

These have been delivered on a regional and national level for schools, treatment agencies, youth service and health and social care organisations pupils, parents, teachers and more.

Read on for full details of each course, or download a copy to share with your team (don’t worry, we don’t share email addresses and we wont spam you)

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Ideal for individuals or organisations wishing to develop their knowledge and skills on:

  • Understanding how substance use issues develop.
  • Recognising drug misuse problems.

The course is particularly relevant to those with supervisory, managerial, educational and pastoral care responsibilities.

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The content and delivery of these seminars/insets are varied to suit the individual age groups of the pupils/students, and are governed by the amount of time we have with them.

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Social Care Training Solutions


Discuss Training

Zoom Training

These sessions can be accessed from a phone or laptop.

They are nothing like e-learning! The training is live and interactive. Participants can ask and answer questions just as they would in face-to-face training.