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New ice training package for frontline workers

Date posted: 2 December 2015

The National Centre for Education and Training on Addiction (NCETA) and its consortium partners (Australasian College for Emergency Medicine; Greater Green Triangle University Department of Rural Health; Harm Reduction Victoria; and the South Australian Network of Drug and Alcohol Services) have been commissioned by the Victorian Government Department of Health and Human Services to develop and implement a standard online training resource for frontline workers who provide services and support to people who are using ice (methamphetamine).

The training package is being developed for a diverse range of services, including health and welfare, education and criminal justice. The resource contains seven independent, but complementary, modules:

The resource is planned to be released later this month, and forms part of the Victorian Government's Ice action plan.

Source: Drug and Alcohol Research Connections


Last updated: 2 December 2015
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