360˚ has developed a comprehensive package of training to enable health professionals to develop their knowledge in relation to substance misuse.
Through the training we aim to raise awareness and enable earlier intervention and to develop workers’ knowledge and skills to identify concerns about young people’s substance use/misuse and how they can access services.
Multi-Agency Training Packages
- Drug and alcohol awareness
- Alcohol and young people
- Cannabis and young people
- New drugs and legal highs (half a day)
- Substance misuse and young people – assessment and intervention (two days)
- Parental substance misuse for children and young people workers (two days)
- Foetal alcohol spectrum disorder (half a day)
- Young people alcohol and risk taking
Single Agency Training
Many of the courses listed are delivered to single agencies, including:
- foster carers and adopters
- social work team
- school nurses
- health visitors
- and voluntary sector services.
Bespoke training is also available which is developed and organised to suit the needs of the agency and delivered at an appropriate time.
Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) Awareness and Support
360˚ are championing FASD awareness in Bolton.
Maternal drinking can have a serious impact for a child or young person leaving them with long term behavioural and learning difficulties.
We are committed to raising awareness of the issues faced by children and young people who have a diagnosis of FASD; we can provide training and support staff with strategies that may help in the classroom.
We provide one-to-one support to adopters, foster carers and schools where a child has a diagnosis of FASD.
360˚ provides consultation and support via email, over the phone or face to face regarding any drug or alcohol concerns.
This may include advice about the best approaches in relation to a concern about a young person, a specific question about a substance or supporting a young person through referral to the service.
This is available to young people, families and workers.
You can contact us on tel: 01204 337330 or by emailing ALWCH.firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or support.