Substance Misuse Training

Download Flyer

Unit 102 Spice Harm Reduction & Practice

Knowledge & understanding of spice and other synthetic cannabinoid receptor agonists. legislation, awareness, anatomy of the brain and CB1/CB2 receptors, treatment, current trends, intervention, best practice.
Certificate, course material and USB drive included.

 

AUDIENCE:               

Management, frontline staff, & volunteers

Working in: criminal justice, treatments, housing, health & social care and related disciplines.

DURATION:              

1 day (10:00 am-4:00 pm)

Max ATTENDANCE:              

12

PRICE:              

£550.00

 

COURSE CONTENTS:  

SECTION 1

102.1.0  Introduction to Spice
102.1.1  How drugs work

102.1.2  Classification of Drug Types
102.1.3  Anatomy of Spice
102.1.4  Summary

SECTION 2

102.2.0  Synthetic Cannabinoid Receptor Agonists

102.2.1  Introduction to SCRAs

102.2.2  SCRA Compounds
102.2.3  Production & Distribution
102.2.4  Summary

SECTION 3

102.3.0  Known Harms

102.3.1  Toxicity

102.3.2  Psychosis
102.3.3  Withdrawal
102.3.4  Summary

 

SECTION 4

102.4.0  First Response

102.4.1  Unconsciousness

102.4.2  Emergency Procedure
102.4.3  Naloxone
102.4.4  Summary

SECTION 5

102.5.0  Spice Harm Reduction

102.5.1  Engagement

102.5.2  Advice for users
102.5.3  Mentoring
102.5.4  Summary

SECTION 6

102.6.0  Pathways to Recovery

102.6.1  Treatment

102.6.2  Mutual Aid
102.6.3  Spice User Support Group
102.6.4  Summary

 

cslh-6-TD-02-04-2020.jpg

Supported by

Twitter: @cslhginfo

USE OUR CONTACT FORM TO REGISTER FOR ONLINE MEETINGS

Support us by making a donation

Help us to help others

© 2017-20 cslhg