This session will take place via Microsoft Teams and due to finishing at 3.30 pm. There will be a break in the morning, a 30min break for lunch, and a break in the afternoon session.
This introductory course will support trauma-informed practice when working with people who are affected by trauma and who use substances.
By the end of the training, participants will be able to:
Course Length and Format
This course uses the following format:
Part 1: SDF Drug Awareness: An Introductory Course e-learning module.
Please note. Completion of the e-learning module (part 1) is a requirement for attending the trainer facilitated online learning (part 2).
Access to the free e-learning module here: https://www.sdftraining.org.uk/online-learning/277-drug-awareness-an-introductory-course
An invitation to participate in part 2 of the training will be emailed to participants once the completion of part 1 has been verified.
Part 2: Trainer facilitated online learning
Certification of course completion is awarded to participants who complete parts 1 and 2 of the course and submit the post-course evaluation form.
We recognise that trauma themes can at times be challenging for participants and can cause us to reflect on our own experiences. We aim to create a safe and supportive environment by offering two facilitators on the course to debrief should anything arise during the course.
|Start Date||07-07-2022 9:15 am|
|End Date||07-07-2022 3:30 pm|
|Event Type||Core Skills|
|Local Authority Area||Scotland Wide|