alcohol

CAD Education Day April 9th 2011

One day training for those wishing to make effective drugs
and alcohol interventions in a variety of settings:

  • Drugs and Their Effects - Dr. Des Corrigan, Chair, National Advisory Committee on Drugs
  • Motivating Change -Mr. Brendan Murphy, Solution Focused Brief Therapy, Accredited Therapist and Trainer.
  • Shared Personal Experiences - Coolmine Therapeutic Community and Merchants Quay Ireland

The day would cost €60 but there is a special early bird rate of €50 for those booking before the 31st March.  There is a further discount for students, volunteers and the unemployed.

Registration sheet can be downloaded from the website www.cadaboutdrugs.ie .  

For more information, contact

Bernie Mc Donnell
Co-ordinator
Community Awareness of Drugs
31-31a Central Hotel Chambers
Dame Court
Dublin 2
Phone: 01-6792681
Fax: 01 - 6797818
Email: bmcdonnell@cadaboutdrugs.ie
Website: www.cadaboutdrugs.ie

Members of The Wheel receive a reduced rate for attendance.

CAD Education Day April 9th 2011

This is a one day training aimed at anyone who is interested in learning, or is looking to update their information on drugs and brief interventions.

The event will focus on:

  • Drugs and Their Effects -  Dr. Des Corrigan, Chair, National Advisory Committee on Drugs
  • Motivating Change - Mr. Brendan Murphy, Solution Focused Brief Therapy, Accredited Therapist and Trainer.
  • Shared Personal Experiences -Coolmine Therapeutic Community and Merchants Quay Ireland

Cost:  €60 materials and meals included. Discount for students, volunteers and the unemployed

Special early bird rate of €50 for those booking before the 31st March

To book a place, please return the attached form and your fee to CAD office as soon as possible.

For further details contact:
Community Awareness of Drugs
31-31a Central Hotel Chambers
Dame Court
Dublin 2
Tel: 01-6792681
Email: info@cadaboutdrugs.ie
Website www.cadaboutdrugs.ie

Members of The Wheel receive a reduced rate for attendance.

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