To apply, workers must read through the information package complete the application form on pages 8 and 9, including authorisation by a direct supervisor/Manager or Executive Director, and return via email to email@example.com.
Who can apply?
All workers in specialist ACT AOD services that do not currently have an AOD focused qualification at a Certificate IV level or higher who directly provide AOD services to clients are required to have successfully completed the AOD Skill Set, as set out in the ACT Alcohol and Other Drug Qualification Strategy.
About the training
The AOD Skill Set Course is comprised of four core, AOD specific, units from the Certificate IV in Alcohol and Other Drug Work. Upon successful completion of the AOD Skill Set, each worker will be provided with a nationally-recognised Statement of Attainment.
The training includes 12 face-to-face training days and two one-hour assessment simulations, commencing on 24 October 2018. The full list of dates is included in the information package. The training will be delivered by Uniting ReGen. Training fees are fully subsidised by ATODA with funding from ACT Health.
Further information: Please contact Julie from ATODA by email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone (02) 6249 6358 if you have any questions regarding the application process.
Information Session (including teleconference facilities)
An information session will be held to discuss all the details regarding the AOD Skill Set Course. A representative from Uniting ReGen (Registered Training Provider – Registration No: 20956) will also be available for questions.
Date: 28 September 2018
Time: 11am -12pm
Venue: ATODA office, 11 Rutherford Crescent, Ainslie
For people who are unable to attend in person, please contact Julie Robert at email@example.com to obtain the teleconference details.
- About the Qualifications Strategy
- About the AOD Skill Set Course
- ATODA’s, services’ and participants’ roles and responsibilities
- Delivery and content covered: AOD Skill Set
- Time commitment