Addressing alcohol and drug-related issues: Reducing harm and supporting positive change.

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Addressing alcohol and drug-related issues: Reducing harm and supporting positive change.

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Level One Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) Awareness (E-Learning) Programme

  • Duration 40m
  • Total Enrolled 414
  • Last Update July 7, 2021

Description

This course is a FREE online training resource now available through the SBNI / EITP Trauma Informed Practice Project for staff across your organisation to build their understanding of adverse childhood experiences and trauma sensitive approaches to practice.

The aim of this programme is to raise awareness of the potential impact of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) on individuals and communities.

Topics for this course

1 Lessons40m

ACEs Course

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ACE’s Level 1 Quiz

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Excellent

Great course, thank you. Very informative.

Excellent Course. Uses easily understood models to assist understanding and promote use of knowledge in practice.

The quiz asks some great questions

The quiz asks some good questions that may be related to ACES. However, some of these were not covered in the learning materials. For example, employers duties regarding health and wellbeing, or the building blocks of resilience.

Free

Material Includes

  • Downloadable resources
  • Certificate of completion

Requirements

  • Welcome to this programme on Adverse Childhood Experiences Awareness Level 1.  This is an introductory programme that aims to raise awareness of the potential impact of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) on individuals and communities.
  • Once you complete the course you will be asked to complete a short assessment to ascertain your understanding of the material before being able to view and print a statement of completion.

Target Audience

  • This course is suitable to anyone working or volunteering in the statutory, voluntary or community sectors in a role where they encounter childhood adversity
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