This online Drug & Alcohol Awareness E-Learning course is aimed at managers and staff in all industries who play a role in reducing drug, alcohol and substance misuse in the UK.
The Drug & Alcohol Awareness E-Learning course starts with official statistics to illustrate the scale of drug and alcohol abuse in the UK. You’ll learn in detail about commonly used drugs, including cannabis, cocaine, heroin, LSD, ecstasy and some new designer drugs.
Turning to alcohol abuse, the online Drug & Alcohol Awareness E-Learning course will show you how to introduce a 4-stage plan to deal with any problems – including how to write an effective Drug and Alcohol Policy. Beyond this, the Drug & Alcohol Awareness E-Learning course will explore best business practice in terms of HR, legislation, spotting signs of drug misuse and the implementation of workplace solutions.
The online Drug & Alcohol Awareness E-Learning course also explains how the Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service (ACAS) can help with effective alcohol and drugs policies and the development of related management skills.
Finally, the Drug & Alcohol Awareness E-Learning course looks at current drug treatments and the options for outside support available to individuals and organisations.
This course is delivered via our online learning platform and will take approximately 50 minutes to complete.
When undertaking this course it is recommended that learners have sufficient command of the English language in order to complete the course.
This course covers a range of content including:
- Statistics and Signs of Misuse
- Illegal Drugs Part 1
- Illegal Drugs Part 2
- Alcohol Misuse
- Company Best Practice Part 1
- Company Best Practice Part 2
- Company Best Practice Part 3
- Drug Treatment Services and Further Support
This course is delivered by e-learning. We would therefore recommend that you access this course on a desktop or laptop to access your course.
Certificate and Validity
Upon completion of the course candidates will receive a certificate which is available as a PDF (Portable Document Format).