Our 2024/25 Learning and Development Menu

Our 2024/25 Learning and Development Menu is here! Full of information on our courses, learning outcomes, costs, and everything else you need to know.

You can download the menu here as a PDF and share with your colleagues, family, friends, and anyone else you think would be interested in our courses. Below is some information on the courses we are currently offering, any enquiries should be directed to training@sfad.org.uk unless said otherwise.

“Daryl is a great trainer and the material is brilliant. Whole session was really engaging and I learned so much. Thought provoking!”

Bereavement Through Substance Use

Our course will help you to explore this sensitive subject and to understand the unique and difficult impact that a loss can have on friends and family. This course is primarily designed for professionals, but it is also suitable for anyone interested.

CRAFT (Community Reinforcement Approach & Family Training

An evidence-based, non-judgemental programme for practitioners to use with family members and carers affected by someone else’s alcohol or drug use.

Facilitating a Support Group

We touch on some of the core things involved in running a group, including how to structure and manage a group. This course is for anyone looking to run any type of support group – families, members of the workforce, running peed-led recovery groups, and more.

Family Inclusive Practice

This course is an in-depth look at all aspects of families’ support needs, what we are aiming for within Scotland, and how practitioners can adapt innovative approaches to best include families. This course is designed for members of the workforce.

Introduction to Supporting Families

Learn about the unique needs and experiences of family members and understand how empathy and listening skills are so important to family support. This course is beginner-level and designed to be a first step for anyone who would like to find out about families.

Overdose Awareness and Naloxone Training

This course provides services, organisations or community groups to learn the signs and symptoms of overdose and how naloxone can reverse an opioid overdose.

“One of the best training events I have been to in a long time. Trainer had a very comprehensive knowledge and passion. Super engaging.”

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