Education

Youth-focused AOD Practices (March/April 2017)

We're inviting workers who are supporting young people living in Out of Home Care (OoHC).

Participants will learn why young people use drugs, how they are using them, and how to reduce harms while engaging in constructive conversations around drug use.

Learning outcomes

"I would like to extend my gratitude for yesterday's workshop, it was so informative and enabled us to gain a better understanding and insight to what it feels like for young adults and their experiences. We had great fun learning and it was great to have someone so open to ask questions without judgement, it was very obvious to us how passionate you feel about working with young adults. We all felt very inspired and motivated with our decision to work with people in the community."  (Workforce development - Gippsland)

Youth AOD Learning Hub

The Youth AOD Learning Hub has been developed. It provides practitioners with a structured, guided course through the skills and knowledge necessary to be effective in Youth AOD practice. Clinical supervisors will also be able to utilise the Hub through the Reflective Practice Guides for Supervisors provided with each Course. 

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