As one of Australia's leading research agencies in workplace alcohol and other drug matters, NCETA is regularly requested to provide webinars. Links to NCETA's webinars are provided below.








This webinar provides information about:

    • How ice affects people and communities
    • Worker safety and preventing, managing and recovering from ice-related critical incidents
    • The impacts of using ice with alcohol and other drugs
    • Communicating with and supporting people who use ice
    • Prevention and intervention for ice use
    • Organizational responses to the use of ice


This information is relevant to frontline workers, peer workers, health professionals and the general community.

Presenters: Allan Trifonoff and Roger Nicholas, National Centre for Education and Training on Addiction (NCETA), Flinders University



WEBINAR: Supporting frontline workers with key information and resources about ice from Mental Health and Substance Use on Vimeo.







AODKC webinar - Drug testing: issues and implications for Indigenous workers

  This webinar provides an overview of drug testing in the context of:

    • the workplace
    • sport
    • clinics
    • roadside testing
    • custodial and welfare settings.

It includes information on:

    • rationale for drug testing
    • testing programs
    • the testing process
    • drug testing technologies
    • does the rationale for testing stand up to scrutiny?
    • getting it right
    • issues for Indigenous workers.


Presenter: Associate Professor Ken Pidd, National Centre for Education and Training on Addiction (NCETA), Flinders University.





AODKC webinar - What workers and organisations can do to support clients and communities in relation to crystal methamphetamine

This webinar provides an overview on communicating with client’s:

    • communicating effectively with people using crystal methamphetamine
    • staying safe - preventing and managing critical incidents
    • examples of harm reduction strategies
    • service reorientation and tailoring environments - addressing stigma
    • working with and supporting families.


Presenters: Professor Ann Roche and Allan Trifonoff, National Centre for Education and Training on Addiction (NCETA), Flinders University