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Face to face ice training for frontline workers
Learn about ice and its effects and the best way to respond to people affected by ice
Registrations now open for 2017
As part of Victoria’s $45.5 million ice action plan ‘Taking action, Stopping ice’ 360Edge has been chosen to deliver half day face to face workshops to more than 5000 workers a year across Victoria to build their knowledge and skills to respond safely and effectively to people affected by the drug ice.
Register here for free training for your sector:
- Alcohol and other drugs
- Clinical mental health
- Community mental health
- Dental Health
- School, VET, university and community learning
- Housing and homelessness
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
This training is funded by
Responding to ice
With concern about methamphetamine related problems on the rise, the alcohol, Tobacco and other Drugs Council of Tasmania with the Tasmanian Government invited 360Edge to facilitate two major workshops in Devonport and Hobart for alcohol and drug workers, mental health, health and frontline workers such as ambulance, police and medical practitioners.
Over 400 people expressed interest for 250 places at the workshops.
Feedback from the day:
“Clear and comprehensive presentation delivered at a level for all to understand”
“Great balance between theoretical and practical”
“I learnt so much! It was awesome!”
“I would definitely come again to other workshops presented by Nicole and Linda”