Drugs and the Workplace
About this Workshop
Ensure everybody has access to the information and tools they need to make healthy and informed decisions about alcohol and other drugs.
This workshop is suitable for any workplace, association, or club looking to respond to alcohol or other drug use concerns within their organisation.
Learn why people may use drugs, how different substances affect us in different ways, how to minimise potential harm caused by drugs, and where to access information and support.
What do others say?
Increased knowledge about alcohol and other drugs leads to a better understanding of potential harms caused by drugs.
How does it work?
Requesting an alcohol and other drug training session is easy:
- Fill out the form on the right to request your training session.
- Within 2 business days, you'll receive an email with next steps and your request number.
- When your request is at the top of the queue, one of our Educators will be in contact to talk to you in detail about your needs.
- Once training is finished, each participant will receive a certificate of attendance.
The information that your team needs to know
Different people use different substances for all sorts of reasons.
Ensuring that your team has access to evidence-based alcohol and other drug education is a great way to promote health and wellbeing in your organisation.
Make sure that everybody knows how to prevent and reduce harm, or where to go to access further information and support if or when it is needed.
Make a booking
DEN’s workshops and education sessions are provided to your organisation at no cost thanks to funding from the Tasmanian Government.
The sessions do however attract a minimal booking fee of $55 (GST inclusive) to cover the administrative costs of arranging the session.
At the time of confirming dates for your workshop or education session you will be issued an invoice: once payment is received, your booking will be confirmed.
We have received your booking request. You will hear back from us within 2 business days.