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Training for Everyone

If you want to develop your skills, broaden your knowledge, improve your practice or just keep up with current practice, Addictions North East and Addictions UK training programmes can provide a solution for you and/or your organisation.

We provide training for everyone, regardless of qualifications and experience.

Our training is suitable for professionals, staff, volunteers, students and individuals at all levels, including those working with and/or supporting people experiencing addiction or anyone with an interest or anyone wishing to embark on a career in addiction, mental health and/or neurodiversity.

We will support anyone wanting to increase their understanding of addiction and related issues.

Increase your Knowledge and Understanding

Our training is the ideal way to increase your knowledge and understanding, enrich you existing knowledge with up-to-date information, increase your effectiveness and further your professional development.

Our training courses are perfect for Continuous Professional Development (CPD) for a wide range of professions including professionals, practitioners, staff, volunteers, and service providers working in the fields of:

  • Health
  • Mental Health
  • Substance Misuse
  • Education and Special Educational Needs Youth and Community
  • Sexual Health
  • Social Housing
  • Health and Social care
  • Criminal Justice and Policing

Training for Consortiums and Networks

We can also provide affordable training to consortiums of organisations or networks, providing a great opportunity for you to learn and build relationships with professionals from various locations, backgrounds, and fields.

Training for Parents, Family Members, Loved Ones and Carers

In addition to our training is also appropriate for those supporting and/or caring for adults or young people experiencing problems with addiction, and associated comorbidities including mental health and neurodivergent conditions, including:

  • Parents
  • Loved ones
  • Family members
  • Carers