Registrations now closed
Our free ice training, funded by the Victorian Government, has come to an end. Thanks to the 8000+ frontline workers right around Victoria who participated in these workshops. The feedback was outstanding!
If you are looking for ice-related training or service support we offer a range of workforce and service development options for frontline health workers, alcohol and other drug specialists and service managers.
Talk to us on 1300 988 184 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Learn how to respond to people affected by ice
Who will benefit
As a frontline worker, you have a greater likelihood of coming into contact with people who use methamphetamine (‘ice’ or ‘speed’). Learn effective strategies to respond. Managers and workforce educators will also benefit.
These FREE workshops for frontline workers across Victoria will build your confidence, knowledge, and skills so you can respond safely and effectively to people affected by the drug ice.
The workshops are specifically tailored for you if you work in alcohol and other drugs, clinical or community mental health, hospitals or other health settings, dental health, pharmacy, housing, homelessness, welfare, gambling, transport, education (including primary and secondary schools, VET, university and community learning).
What you will learn
These free sessions will empower you with the knowledge and skills required to manage people affected by ice.
- Understand the effects of ice and identify users
- Find out how to work safely to protect yourself and others
- Learn how to respond to ice-affected people
- Discover what works in treatment
About the training
Sessions are now rolling out across Victoria. To see what’s available in your area and register click on the relevant icon above.
This training is eligible for self-logged continuing professional development points for most professional bodies. A certificate of attendance is provided.
These free practical workshops are funded by the Victorian Government’s Ice Action Plan and delivered by Australia’s leading consultants in ice responses.
This training is funded by
As part of Victoria’s $45.5 million ice action plan ‘Taking action, Stopping ice’