Alcohol Awareness

02-12-2020

15 January 2021

11:00 am / 1:00 am

Alcohol Awareness

This two-part training course is suitable for anyone wishing to learn more about alcohol, alcohol abuse and alcohol dependency.  In terms of the known damage caused to physical and mental health, family life, relationships and to society in general (violence, crime, impact on employment), alcohol is the most damaging substance of abuse known.  The course will include; the impact of excessive drinking on physical and psychological health; defining an alcohol problem, safe and unsafe alcohol consumption, how excessive drinking rewires the brain and leads to further abuse and addiction; and the support required to help in the recovery of alcohol abuse and dependency.

This a two-part training session, please check you are available to attend both dates listed below. Each session will last approximately 120 mins and is delivered online via Zoom

Event Details

Event Dates:Part One: Fri, 15th Jan 2021 – 11:00 am to 1:00 pm
Part Two: Tues, 26th Jan 2021 – 11:00 am to 1:00 pm
Capacity12
Cut off dateFri, 15th Jan 2021
Voluntary Organisations Price£00.00
Other Attendees Price£00.00
TrainerDavid Coombes
Course LevelIntroductory
LocationBirmingham Settlement

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