Webinars

 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.

 

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WEBINAR ON-DEMAND: SUPPORTING FRONTLINE WORKERS WITH KEY INFORMATION AND RESOURCES ABOUT ICE

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.

 

 

 

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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