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AOD Issues in Asylum Seeker and Refugee Communities - AOD Worker Training

QNADA and QPASTT proudly present training to support AOD Worker capacity to work with asylum seeker and refugee background community members experiencing alcohol and other drug issues. The training examines topics including:

- Barriers to treatment for clients of refugee background

- The effects of trauma and resettlement on clients

- Key elements of culturally competent practice

- Common communication challenges and ways to overcome them

- Supporting the connection between alcohol and other drug treatment services and migrant support services

Venue to be advised - in light of the fluid COVID-19 situation, we'll be able to confirm closer to the date whether this training will be held face to face at the QPASTT training rooms in Buranda or via zoom.

Thu
4
Feb

When
9:00am - 3:00pm,
Thursday 4th February 2021

Where
TBA

Organiser
QNADA and QPASTT

CPD Points Available?
No

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