ATODA delivers alcohol, tobacco and other drug (ATOD) training to other ACT peak bodies and organisations in the community sector. Bespoke training is also provided to the community sector and/or government agency staff on request. Training is delivered by the Senior Training Specialist and covers ATOD use data, trends and harm specific to the ACT context.
Alternatively call the ATODA office ph 02 6249 6358 or email email@example.com
ATODA’s training is suitable for workers and services from the following sectors and areas inclusively:
- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander
- Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs
- Care and Protection
- Community Services
- Domestic and Family Violence
- Hospital based, maternal and health care nurses
- Housing and Homelessness
- Justice Services
- Mental Health
- Teachers and Educators
- Reception staff
- Other sectors supporting people who may be experiencing alcohol, tobacco and other drug issues
Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drug Information and Harm Reduction Training for peaks (Core) – Six training programs are run every year in partnership with the Youth Coalition of the ACT, the Mental Health Community Coalition (MHCC) and ACT Shelter. The training covers up-to-date evidenced based ATOD data and trends, detailed information about major drugs of dependence including harm reduction information and, stigma and discrimination towards people who use drugs. The training also includes basic knowledge on AOD issues in the community, AOD screening, brief intervention, treatment and referral to AOD service providers.
This training can be delivered as a one day face-to-face with a maximum of 25 participants (public health guidelines permitting) or in a series of online trainings via Zoom.
To register your interest in attending one of these trainings please email firstname.lastname@example.org and title your email Waitlist ATOD HR training
Bespoke training – training requests from the community sector, government or others can be tailored. This is usually either:
- Adaptation of normal training, requiring minimal development time, or
- Development of a new training package requiring more development time.
In either case training is oriented to the specific needs and requirements of the client/service and developed in consultation.
ATODA may also organise other types of training, e.g., webinars with a standard presentation followed by question-and-answer session, according to demand and by mutual agreement with the Senior Training Specialist (STS).
Please note: ATODA does not provide training to young people or schools/parent programs.
If you are interested in a bespoke training for your staff: please fill in the Training Enquiry Form and the training team at ATODA will respond accordingly.