Forthcoming Events

Talk about Alcohol FREE Webinar with FREE Resource Pack for RSHE Training Participants

Wednesday 18 November 2020

3.30pm – 5.00pm


We are delivering a 1.5 hour ‘Talk About Alcohol’ (TAA) webinar to schools on the RSHE training programme about alcohol. The teacher training session uses PSHE-approved resources for use in secondary schools.

The course aims to improve confidence in delivering alcohol education within schools.

Course Overview

We are offering a CPD training session around our TAA resource which will cover alcohol and its effects, both social and physical, alcohol and the law, units and guidelines and staying safe. There is a strong emphasis on games, activities and social norms, teaching positive approaches and resilience that engage young people around alcohol and the issues they face as they get older.

Learning Outcomes

  • A detailed overview of the TAA resources focussing on the evaluated lessons
  • A full FREE resource pack (sent our prior to the training)
  • The knowledge of a social norms teaching approach
  • An awareness of how parents influence young peoples behaviour around alcohol

Book your place now!

  • Places are limited due to the FREE resource pack that is posted out prior to the webinar as this pack will be used in the webinar session
  • To book go to
  • The booking system will close at 12 noon on Wednesday 12 November 2020

Drug and Alcohol Education Conference – Why drug and alcohol education matters and how to do it well – Rescheduled for 5th February 2021

We are delighted to be co-hosting the third National Drug and Alcohol Education Conference in partnership with the DSM Foundation and The City of London Corporation on 5th February 2021. Youth professionals and teachers will hear from leading experts on the latest research on alcohol and drugs prevention, attend a choice of workshops on evidence-based programmes, and receive planning & evaluation advice for effective health education.

Our aim is to ensure that all professionals working with young people are equipped with the most up to date facts and figures, an understanding of best practice and the evidence base, and resources and tools to deliver engaging and effective drugs and alcohol education.

For schools, in particular this will help ensure teachers are fully confident, prepared and resourced to teach Health Education which becomes mandatory in September 2020.
A range of expert speakers will cover the current issues, developments and ideas in the field. The hands-on workshops will demonstrate how best to support young people in building their knowledge, resilience and life skills that will help them make safer choices. Although the focus is on alcohol and drugs, the interactive workshops will showcase skills, games and activities that are applicable to all PSHE and Health Education.

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