Restorative Practices Training

Darwin

Chief Minister and Cabinet (CMC) is funding, through the auspice of Anglicare NT, Restorative Practice Training.  This great opportunity has been developed after a gap was identified at the Multi-Agency Child and Community Safety Team (MACCST) meetings via feedback from activity providers and youth services. The training will will be delivered over three days - […]

AADANT Professional Development Forum 2021

Travelodge Darwin 64 Cavenagh Street, Darwin, NT

Professional Development Training The Association of Alcohol and other Drug Agencies NT (AADANT) would like to invite you to a professional development forum in Darwin or Alice Springs this October. We are pleased to welcome Lauren Buckley to provide a half-day workshop on substance use and trauma in both Darwin and Alice Springs. Lauren Buckley […]

Early intervention tools for working with young people

Travelodge Darwin 64 Cavenagh Street, Darwin, NT

The Association of Alcohol and other Drug Agencies NT (AADANT) would like to invite you to a professional development forum in Darwin, Palmerston or Alice Springs this October. We are pleased to welcome Sacha King from Two Two One Mental Health Charity to speak about having difficult conversations with young people. During this professional development […]

Early intervention tools for working with young people

Palmerston

The Association of Alcohol and other Drug Agencies NT (AADANT) would like to invite you to a professional development forum in Darwin, Palmerston or Alice Springs this October. We are pleased to welcome Sacha King from Two Two One Mental Health Charity to speak about having difficult conversations with young people. During this professional development […]

Are you interested in being trained to deliver mental health training in your workplace?

Online

The University of Sydney's Matilda Centre for Research in Mental Health and Substance Use have limited places remaining for our National Comorbidity Guidelines Train-the-Trainer Workshops. The training is based on the Australian Government Department of Health-funded National Comorbidity Guidelines (Guidelines on the management of co-occurring alcohol and other drug and mental health conditions in alcohol and other drug treatment […]