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.

read more about NCETA

workforce
development

alcohol & drugs
in the workplace

alcohol & drugs
in society

National Alcohol &
Drug Knowledgebase

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.

flinders uni logo

Latest News from NCETA

Methamphetamine Symposium - 25 March 2015

The National Centre for Education and Training on Addiction (NCETA) is hosting The National Methamphetamine Symposium: Making Research Work in Practice on 12 May 2015. The symposium will be held at The Melbourne Arts Centre, 100 St Kilda Road, Melbourne VIC. Registrations are now open!!!! read more

New Publications - 27 February 2015

NCETA has released a new resource and powerpoint slides which aim to help support the development of a ‘cannabis competent’ workforce in the alcohol and other drug sector read more

The Grey Matters National Conference - Registrations Open - 19 December 2014

On Wednesday 1 April 2015, the National Centre for Education and Training on Addiction (NCETA) will hold a national conference on identifying, preventing and responding to alcohol and other drug problems among older Australians. The conference will be held at the Education Centre, 4 Milner St, Hindmarsh, Adelaide. Registrations are now open read more

Grey Matters Information Sheets - 18 December 2014

The Grey Matters Information Sheets aim to assist specialist and generalist health and welfare workers to better prevent, assess and respond to the needs of older people experiencing, or at risk of experiencing, alcohol and other drug (AOD) related harm read more