Addiction, dependency and recovery

The Training Exchange
Delivery Method: Virtual

We will deliver the training to a smaller group in a large room. We have been working closely with the venue to ensure we have Covid-safe measures and clear guidance in place.

If for any reason the course cannot be delivered face-to-face (e.g. guidance changes, there is a local lock-down, the trainer has symptoms), we will take a flexible and responsive approach to keep people learning – which will include delivering the training on the same day as a live interactive online session, or transferring bookings to the next available dates.

UPDATE: This training will now be delivered online.

Exploring the role of drugs within society, the factors that contribute to the drug using experience, how people change and the routes to recovery. Learn what tolerance, withdrawal, addiction and dependency mean and how this relates to a clear understanding of recovery.

This comprehensive overview will develop or refresh your confidence to work with drug and alcohol users.

Course aim:

  • To develop the groups understanding of critical issues in working with drug use and addiction

Course objectives:

By the end of the course participants will have had opportunities to:

  • Understand the context of drug use
  • Describe the key concepts of dependency and addiction
  • Understand the philosophy of harm reduction
  • Identify the client’s readiness for change
  • Assess the clients needs and make appropriate referral/interventions

Maximum group size: 16 people

Target audience:

This course is applicable to practitioners supporting drug users.

Competences: DANOS AB2.2012

Bookable Dates

8th Oct 2020 (09:30)
Online delivery
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Dates available on arrangement

The Training Exchange can also create this course for you on arrangement at your workplace.

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