Alcohol Awareness Training
This course consists of an online e-learning unit and a face to face training day. It provides the knowledge and skills required to understand potential problems associated with alcohol use including; culture, the law, effects of alcohol on brain and body and associated health risks. It will also provide delegates with the necessary range of tools to identify levels of risk and practice giving appropriate brief advice to those identified as increasing or higher risk drinkers. The course also explores treatment options for those identified as potentially dependent drinkers.
All training is delivered at our centre, Blenheim CDP, Cantilever Court, 210 Wandsworth Road, London, SW8 2JU.
If you have eight or more people who would like to attend this course then group training could be the most cost-effective option. Contact our Training Coordinator on 020 7582 2200 or complete the enquiry form below for more information.
If you would like to attend this course at our London training centre please complete the enquiry form below to register your interest.
- 17th April 2018
- 19th July 2018
- 26th October 2018
The course covers:
- History and culture
- The law
- Understanding units and UK Chief Medical Officers’ guideline
- Alcohol and the brain
- Alcohol in the body
- Health risks
- Screening for alcohol
- Identification and Brief Advise (IBA)
- Treatment options.
At the end of this course you will have:
- Improved awareness of the problems of alcohol use
- Knowledge of major health issues
- A greater understanding of how alcohol works on the brain and body
- The ability to screen for alcohol use and provide appropriate brief advice
- An awareness of further treatment and referral options
- £145 (charity, voluntary or community organisations)
- £170 (statutory or public sector)
- £205 (corporate or private sector)
All prices include VAT