Drug and Alcohol Awareness: Online Training
This Drugs and Alcohol awareness online training course aims to increase awareness of drugs and alcohol use and minimise the risk to your business from drugs. After training your staff will be able to spot the signs of drug use and behaviour that could indicate drug dealing. They’ll also learn how to handle it to minimise the risk to your business.
The course looks at everything from drug classification, to spotting the effects of drug use on people and is designed for everyone at all levels.
- Developed by professionals
- Accredited by The CPD Accreditation Group
- 100% online, learn at your own time and pace
- Translates into over 100 different languages
- Instant certificate downloaded
Who is it for?
This training is suitable to all staff working within Adult Health and Social Care.
When will I get my certificate?
Once you have successfully passed our course you will be able to download and print your certificate immediately.
As this course has been accredited by the CPD Group your certificate will contain the CPD logo and unique reference number.
Drugs and Alcohol Awareness Training Module:
- Understand the different categories of drugs and their effects on individuals and society.
- Learn about the legal classifications of drugs and the implications for their possession, supply, and use.
- Familiarize yourself with the laws and regulations surrounding drug possession, supply, and trafficking.
- Gain knowledge about the penalties and consequences associated with drug-related offenses.
The Drugs Most Commonly Used on Licensed Premises:
- Identify the types of drugs commonly encountered in licensed premises, such as bars and clubs.
- Learn about the specific risks and challenges associated with drug use in these environments.
The Drugs Debate and Some Frequently Asked Questions:
- Explore the ongoing debate surrounding drug use, including different perspectives and arguments.
- Address frequently asked questions about drugs to gain a comprehensive understanding of the topic.
- Learn about the importance of implementing anti-drugs policies in various settings, such as workplaces and educational institutions.
- Understand the role of policies in preventing drug use and promoting a drug-free environment.
Assessing the Risks:
- Develop skills in assessing the risks associated with drug use and its potential impact on individuals and communities.
- Learn how to identify risk factors and implement strategies to mitigate and manage these risks effectively.
Putting a Control Strategy in Place:
- Gain insights into developing and implementing control strategies to prevent drug use and minimize its negative consequences.
- Learn about effective measures such as security protocols, monitoring systems, and staff training.
Spotting and Stopping Drug Use and Drug Dealing:
- Learn to recognize signs of drug use and identify potential drug dealers in various settings.
- Understand the importance of intervention and reporting procedures to address drug-related issues effectively.
- Gain knowledge about creating an environment that discourages drug use and promotes a safe and healthy atmosphere.
- Explore strategies for designing spaces and implementing measures that deter drug-related activities.
- Understand the significance of sharing information and collaborating with relevant stakeholders to combat drug-related issues.
- Learn effective methods of information exchange to enhance awareness and response to drug use and its consequences.
Drug-Related Medical Emergencies:
- Acquire knowledge and skills to handle drug-related medical emergencies, including overdose and adverse reactions.
- Learn about appropriate first aid and emergency response protocols in such situations.
- Drugs classification
- Drugs legislation
- The drugs most commonly used on licensed premises
- The drugs debate and some frequently asked questions
- Anti-drugs policy
- Assessing the risks
- Putting a control strategy in place
- Spotting and stopping drug use and drug dealing
- Environment planning
- Information exchange
- Drug-related medical emergencies