Training delivery


Training delivery and awareness campaigns

To educate people and to raise the profile of certain issues, we deliver;

  • Knowledge based training
  • Skills based training
  • Awareness campaigns
  • Promotional wellbeing days

We provide various delivery options. For example;

  • Taster/Bitesize (15-30 minute taught sessions)
  • Short taught sessions (30 minute-1 hour sessions)
  • General knowledge sessions (1 hour+ interactive sessions)
  • Skills learning (1 hour+ interactive sessions with a chance to practice skills)
  • Drop-ins and brief advice (Open setting, walk-in or appointment)
  • Core, intermediate and advanced level content depending on the need

We can deliver in various formats. For example;

  • Webinars
  • Online group delivery via Teams, Webex, Zoom, Go-to and more
  • Audio
  • Face to face delivery

All our content and delivery can be tailored to your needs.

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Our training is offered in three ways;

  • Group in house delivery

    Where we come into your workplace or educational setting and deliver our sessions.

  • Individual delegate purchase

    Where you purchase a seat at an existing training course.

  • Group accredited delivery

    We deliver accredited courses that are useful to supplement existing CPD plans or educational programmes.

44% of respondents to our survey admitted that the use of alcohol or drugs had a negative impact on their work performance.

Institute of Alcohol Studies

Below are some of the examples of the training we deliver:

Alcohol and drugs

  • An introduction to alcohol and drugs
  • Alcohol and drugs – delivering a brief intervention
  • Working with substance misusing parents
  • Working with families affected by substance misuse
  • Working with families for recovery
  • INROADS – preventing drink and drug driving
  • 5-step bereavement training, working with people bereaved due to substance misuse
  • Courses on specific substances
  • Addiction Awareness
  • Understanding the stages of the Cycle of Change


  • An introduction to problematic gambling

Mental health and wellbeing

  • Suicide awareness training
  • An introduction to mental health
  • Resilience – managing stress and coping skills for wellbeing

Practitioner skills

  • Working with people at risk of knife crime; managing risk and delivering an effective intervention
  • Risk in context – developing a balanced risk assessment in work with children and young people
  • Safeguarding children and young people
  • Child Exploitation
  • Safeguarding vulnerable adults
  • Information Governance
  • Equality and Diversity
  • Working with client resistance and challenging behaviour
  • Supervision for supervisees (a session on how direct reports can work with their manager/supervisor to ensure an effective, collaborative supervision arrangement)
  • Effective supervision training for frontline managers (a really useful session on effective line management and clinical supervision).
  • Working with inter-parental conflict and working with the harm it causes young people.

Prices are available on application. Income from the service is invested in our existing charitable services. Thus, providing our services provides the dual benefit of supporting employees and serving the Corporate Social Responsibility agenda.