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Training Venue: Purcell House Conference Centre, All Hallows College, Gracepark Road, D9.
This one day drug education programme is designed to cater for 'new to post', volunteers and existing community workers. It will be an opportunity for participants to update their knowledge of drugs related matters.
The morning session by Dr. Des Corrigan (Government and EU Drugs Advisor) will cover current Trends in Drug Use including information on MDVP, ‘Bonsai Super Sleep’ and other designer benzo’s.
The afternoon session will begin with Gary Broderick, Director of The SAOL Women’s Project in the North Inner City. His presentation, Who’s stuck? Me, you or both of us: What to do when change is not happening – has been well received on previous occasions.
Gary’s presentation will be followed by Clients from Coolmine TC and parents from their Family Association all of whom will share their personal experiences with the group.
- Option A Morning Only ( Tea /Coffee) €40.00 or €30.00 concession
- Option B Full Day (including lunch) €60.00 or €50.00 concession
Registration form below. Print off and return to CAD along with your course fee asap.
Invoices can be requested. IBAN and BIC codes can be requested. You can also pay using our donate button on our website or send cheque or postal order to: CAD 5 Gardiner Row, Dublin 1.
Established in 1983, Community Awareness of Drugs (CAD) is a voluntary organisation and registered charity that provides drug education and training programmes to parents / guardians and carers, community workers and vulnerable young people.
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Social Care Ireland and Breaking Through are jointly coordinating a full day seminar on the 13th February from 10am to 4pm in the Glen Royal Hotel, Maynooth, Co. Kildare.
This event will be of interest to Social Care Workers and other Health & Social Care Professionals working in an area of mental health or with an interest in this area.
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If you have any queries regarding this event, please don't hesitate to contact email@example.com or (01) 4024160.
You are invited to attend this conference which will provide a space where social care practitioners and those working in related fields such as community work, youth work and social work can come together with academics, researchers and activists to share ideas and experiences in exploring issues related to activism and policy advocacy from a social justice perspective. There is also a dedicated strand within the conference for students of social care and related fields.
The conference is free to attend and lunch and refreshments will be provided, however places are limited and registration in advance is essential. You can register to attend at https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/social-care-and-social-policy-seeking-social-justice-in-the-era-of-austerity-and-beyond-tickets-14239232929
This conference is a collaborative initiative of members of the social care programme teams in Dublin Institute of Technology, Institute of Technology Blanchardstown and Institute of Technology Tallaght. Organisers: Karen Smith & Anne Marie Shier (DIT), Kevin Murphy (ITB) and Margaret Fingleton (ITT). It is jointly funded by the three institutions.