NCETA - The National Centre for Education and Training on Addiction is an internationally recognised research centre that works as a catalyst for change in the alcohol and other drugs field.

The promotion of Workforce Development (WFD) principles, research and evaluation of effective practices is NCETA´s core business.

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NCETA is a collaborative venture between Flinders University, the Australian Government Department of Health and Ageing and the South Australian Department of Health. It is located within the School of Medicine at Flinders University in South Australia.

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Latest News from NCETA

Drug and Alcohol Research Connections - 5 June 2014

Drug and Alcohol Research Connections is a new online publication from Australia’s collaborative network of alcohol and other drug research centres: the National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre (NDARC), National Drug Research Institute (NDRI) and the National Centre for Education and Training on Addiction (NCETA). read more

Recent Publications - 15 April 2014

Recent publications released by NCETA include: >> Walking a Tightrope. Alcohol and Other Drug Use and Violence: A Guide for Families. Adelaide, SA: Flinders University. >> National Pharmaceutical Drug Misuse Framework for Action (2012-2015) >> Hospitality Training is No Piece of Cake! Hospitality Industry Trainees Wellbeing and Alcohol and Drug Use: First Years’ Experiences and Responses read more

Walking a Tightrope - Resource Launch - 4 April 2014

Walking a Tightrope is a comprehensive resource for people who have a family member who uses both alcohol and other drugs (AOD) and violence in their relationships. There will be three events associated with the launch of this resource. The resource will be launched on Monday 14 April 2014 read more

National Alcohol and other Drug Workforce Development Strategy - 17 September 2013

The National Centre for Education and Training on Addiction is requesting submissions from interested parties as part of its consultation process in developing a national alcohol and other drug (AOD) workforce development strategy read more