In light of Covid-19 most of our face to face training has been suspended. In the meantime we will be providing regular webinars via Microsoft Teams. With the exception of the Cocaine and Crack Use webinar, these are free to attend if you work in a relevant service in NI, and provided on behalf of the Public Health Agency.
They do not replace the need for full day training when it resumes but will provide some relevant, specialist support and information to those who work in a range of sectors such as:
All webinars are now extended to two hours.
Please use the booking icon in the relevant page if you require training in any of the above courses.
If you require other training or further information please contact us at [email protected].
Two hour webinar on the use of cocaine powder and crack, and how to reduce the risks of these different forms of cocaine. The cost to attend is £30 per participant as there is no funding available for us to provide it for free.
Two hour webinar is to give you some understanding of this type of injecting, how to engage with people who inject in their groin, and some of the ways to reduce the risks associated.
Training in the use of naloxone, an easy to administer medication which temporarily reverses an opioid overdose by blocking the opioid receptors in the brain.
Training to enhance staff skills and understanding of best practice in the provision of injecting equipment.
This course is only for those service providers who currently deliver a PHA-approved needle exchange service in NI (see link for who these are).
Naloxone is an easy to administer medication which temporarily reverses an opioid overdose.
This course is only for those who can legally make supplies of naloxone to others (see link for more details on who can supply naloxone.)
This webinar explores the prevalence of pregabalin use, common effects, harms and risks. It will also look at how to work effectively with people who use pregabalin (other than those who use as prescribed).
This webinar will give you some practical understanding of how to engage with people who inject drugs. There will be a specific focus on safer injecting practices and the things you can do to reduce harm and risks.