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Training and professional development

Statewide Clinical Support Services provide a range of alcohol and other drug (AOD) training, education, research and other workforce development activities for AOD service providers across Queensland.

Insight Clinical Support Services

Insight delivers a range of training and cultural capacity building activities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders and non-Indigenous practitioners across Queensland, including the Indigenous Risk Impact Screen (IRIS) program.

Insight offers a range of progressive learning in the AOD field from credentialed core skills workshops which ensure clinicians meet benchmarked standards within the sector, through to specialised AOD training.

They provide an annual training calendar, free online induction modules and a free seminar / webinar series delivered each semester.

Read more about the training available through Insight.

Dovetail Youth AOD Practice Support Unit

Dovetail provides clinical advice and professional support to workers, services and communities across Queensland who engage with young people affected by alcohol and other drug issues.

They provide training, a weekly youth AOD clearinghouse, provide a free clinical advice telephone service and publish practice guides and other tools and resources.

Read more about Dovetail.

Last updated: 29 September 2015