The Drug and Alcohol Office in collaboration with the Mental Health Commission is pleased to offer the Semester 1, 2016 AODtraining@MHC calendar. This calendar provides a range free, face-to-face, knowledge and skills-based training events on alcohol and other drugs and comorbidity.
New training events include:
- Recognising and responding to amphetamine (including methamphetamine) using clients
- Advanced Motivational Interviewing
- Alcohol Brief Intervention workshop
- Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASSIST)
- An introduction to ACT: Acceptance and Commitment Therapy 2-day workshop
- Understanding and responding to young people experiencing psychosis
Repeated events include:
- An introduction to Motivational Interviewing
- Group work – Making it work
- Partnerships in the child protection system: Better outcomes for AOD clients and their families
- Family Inclusive Practice
- An introduction to AOD prevention within communities
Culturally secure training:
The Strong Spirit Strong Mind Training Program includes ‘Ways of working with Aboriginal people – Part 1 and Part 2. The Strong Spirit Strong Future Project will offer the ‘Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder prevention in Aboriginal communities’.
Selected events on the calendar will also be videoconferenced so check the Videoconferencing@MHC calendar link on the MHC website.
For further information and registration details, please follow the AODtraining@MHC link