An Indigenous Workforce Development Checklist for the AOD Field
Type: Information Sheet
Author: Bates, N., Weetra, D., & Roche, A.M.
Publisher: National Centre for Education and Training on Addiction (NCETA), Flinders University
Little is known about factors that effect Indigenous AOD workers’ wellbeing, but, anecdotal evidence indicates that Indigenous AOD workers are placed under considerable work pressure. The National Centre for Education and Training on Addiction (NCETA) has studied Indigenous AOD workers’ wellbeing, stress, and burnout and has identified some of the contributary factors. This document is part of a suite of resources that has been produced by NCETA to enhance Indigenous worker wellbeing and to reduce work-related stress. This resource was produced with funding from the Australian Government Department of Health and Ageing under the National Drug Strategy.
- Stakeholder Consultations
- Workforce Development (WFD)
- What is Workforce Development?
- Alcohol & Other Drugs National Workforce Survey 2019-2020
- Who are the Alcohol and Other Drug Workforce?
- Key Workforce Development Links
- Education and Training
- Why is WFD necessary?
- Indigenous AOD Workforce
- Alcohol & Drugs in the Workplace
- Alcohol & Drugs in Society
- Screening and Withdrawal Tools
- Ice Online Training
- Events and Webinars