Posts Tagged ‘Workforce’
Workforce development in the alcohol, tobacco and other drugs sector has emerged at both state and national levels as a pressing need over the last decade.
Professional Development – Getting your money’s worth!
Maximise that limited professional development budget by ensuring that money spent results in improved client services and outcomes.
Workforce Development – more than training staff
Workforce Development is a term which includes a number of key factors relating to the individual, the organisation in which they work and the systems surrounding the organisation.
Indigenous Worker Wellbeing Resource kit
The Indigenous Worker Wellbeing Resource Kit, developed by the National Centre for Education and Training on Addiction (NCETA) is an extension of a broader program of work undertaken by NCETA on alcohol and drug workers’ stress, burnout, and wellbeing.
The ATDC is preparing a Minimum Qualifications Position Paper.
Traineeships can be for anyone from the ages of 16 to 65. You don’t have to be straight out of school, or long term unemployed. Selected qualifications up to and including advanced diploma level may be undertaken as traineeships.
Certificate IV in Alcohol and Other Drugs
This nationally recognised qualification covers workers who provide a range of services and interventions to clients with alcohol and other drugs issues and/or implement health promotion and community interventions.
The Salvation Army
The Salvation Army Bridge program offers a range of drug and alcohol rehabilitation services to men and women aged 18 years and over.
Hepatitis B online learning: A resource for health professionals
Edith Cowan University’s Hepatitis B online training is available free of charge to health professionals.
Hepatitis C online learning: A resource for health professionals
Edith Cowan University’s Hepatitis C online training is available free of charge to health professionals.