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Trauma Informed Care in AOD Practice - Part 2

by Insight

  • date & time

    Thu. 4 Nov 2021
    9:00 am – 12:00 pm

  • location
    Zoom login information will be emailed to you 48 hours prior to the event.

NB: This workshop requires workers to have a foundational level of knowledge of AOD practice. 


Insight and Dovetail collaborate to bring you an interactive Zoom workshop on Trauma Informed Care for AOD Practice.  The workshop is targeted towards AOD and mental health workers who wish to develop their understanding and application of trauma informed care.


Trauma-Informed Care training involves a blended learning program consisting of three sessions - one self-directed e-Learning module and two interactive Zoom workshops. We recommend participants complete the e-Learning module in the week prior to the first workshop which should take approximately one hour. The Zoom workshops runs for 3 hours and build on the topics covered in the introductory e-Learning module and offer opportunities for further application and practice. The best learning outcomes will be achieved through completing these sessions in order.


By the end of this workshop learners will be able to:

  • Describe and apply principles of Trauma Informed Care (TIC) 
  • Understand the links between trauma, substance use and treatment 
  • Build a trauma response tool kit to help respond to client needs
  • Understand about worker self-care and healing


Pre-requisite: Trauma Informed Care in AOD Practice – Part 1


System requirements:

Prior to signing up please ensure you have access to a computer with reliable internet connection that will allow streaming of video. Access to a webcam and microphone is also required. Details and instructions on how to join the meeting will be sent to all registered participants in the lead up to the session. To check out Zoom prior to training, please go to https://zoom.us/.


NB: This workshop is open to QUEENSLAND workers only.


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