Substance Misuse in Children and Young People

To apply evidence based models to an understanding of the nature of substance misuse in young people enabling the use of appropriate strategies to meet their emotional and social wellbeing needs

Objectives : By the end of the course participants will be…

  • More aware of the patterns of local drug use among young people
  • Aware of the significance of attitudes to drug use and substance misuse among young people
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  • Able to apply cognitive and addiction behaviour models to perceptions of the level of threat that substance use poses to emotional wellbeing
     
  • Able to apply to practice, models of behaviour change and interventions that support substance using young people to activate more helpful resilience building behaviours

 

To book a place:
 

If you have Google Chrome installed on your computer you can access the site by typing the following into the address bar:

Internal (Bradford Council) staff: https://bradford.sabacloud.com  

External (/casual/school employed) staff: https://bradford-external.sabacloud.com  

Many Windows XP computers are running outdated versions of Internet Explorer which simply cannot cope with the functions of modern web pages. If you do not have Google Chrome installed you will need to contact your IT support who will install Google Chrome on your computer.

Please note external learners are required to sign up for an account so you can login and enrol for a place on a course date or e-learning module. The email entered will be assigned as the learner’s username for login so a unique email address must be used for each learner. Unfortunately, it is not possible to use one email for multiple learners.

If you require further information or support in booking a place please contact Sadaf Iqbal on 01274 431479 / 434503


Opportunity

Published: 20/01/2017
Audience: This is a Bradford district wide multi-agency course for anyone working in health, services to child
Contact: Sadaf Iqbal

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