Prevention of drug addictions in schools
Training course with workshops
Syros Island, Cyclades, Greece
Mainly directed to Teachers, Head Teachers, Teacher Trainers and Counselors
7 days (42 hours) + 2 travelling days = 9 days
Staff training: this activity supports the professional development of target group in the form of participation in structured courses
Drug use or substance abuse as it is often called has become a serious problem in many European countries
A wide variety of substances are being abused, some of which are licit and others illicit. Thus the importance of programmes for the prevention of drug use is rapidly increasing.
Drug-use-prevention programmes are generally designed for use in a particular setting, for example, at home, at school or within the community. Programmes are also designed for specific audiences, for example, the general population, high-risk groups or current users.
However, programmes can be designed for more than one audience.
Schools are generally the most popular setting for drug-use prevention programmes and are used both by governmental and non-governmental agencies. This may be for many reasons: ease of obtaining funding for school drug-use-prevention programmes, the captive audience, and the popular perception that drug prevention
should start from schools, or the need to show that action is being taken to control a serious social problem.
TIME PLAN AND VENUE:
Date of the exchange: 27 July -2 August 2020 (excluding travel dates)
Venue: SYROS, GREECE
LANGUAGE: English, France
Training centre: SOCIAL COOPERATIVE OF CYCLADES - ALTERA VITA
Accomodation-Logistic Services :ANADRASIS
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