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The Orkney ADP hold a number of resources on topics of substance misuse which can be borrowed on a 2 week basis. To see the list of resources available, click here.
NPS drugs training
With over 73 new substances identified in 2012, what are we experiencing in 2013? The training will provide a completely current update on new and emerging trends with New Psychoactive Substances (NPS) which are often referred to as legal highs or research chemicals. Click Here for course details
Orkney ADP is pleased to offer local training on substance misuse through the national training provider, Scottish Training on Drugs and Alcohol (STRADA). For more information on courses available locally please click on the following link to the STRADA Courses Page……. Where you can also find information on how to register and book yourself onto the local training offered via Orkney ADP.
STRADA is the leading national workforce development organisation supporting those working with and affected by drug and alcohol misuse. They work to improve the competence of staff working in the substance misuse field in order that the interventions available locally aid the recovery of those affected by substance misuse.
Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST)
This free 2 day course is aimed at anyone over the age of 16 who would like to learn how to identify a person at risk of suicide, how to intervene effectively, and how to get specialist help. Although professionals may deal with this issue routinely, often family, friends, volunteers or work colleagues are in the best position to spot that something is amiss.
The ASIST course has been developed over 20 years and is delivered throughout the world to a set standard and format by qualified trainers. Participants must ensure that they can commit to attending the 2 full days of training.
To find out more, including dates for the next course, contact Katie Spence on 01856 888116.