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Training Resources


Te Pou – National Addiction Workforce Development. eLearning modules

E-learning is engaging and informative and uses a mix of short videos, narration, images/diagrams and quizzes to increase your understanding. Modules can be completed in one sitting or you can pause and return to a module – you control the pace.

  • An introduction to Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD)

  • Introduction to the Substance Addiction (Compulsory Assessment and Treatment) Act 2017

  • OST e-learning - Training programme for the opioid substitution treatment workforce


Te Pou Let’s get real Working with whānau e-learning module

The Working with whānau e-learning modules assist for everyone working in health, regardless of role, profession or organisation, to increase their understanding of working effectively with whānau to improve health outcomes. This e-learning reflects the values, attitudes, knowledge, and skills of the essential level of the refreshed Let’s get real Real Skill Working with whānau. These skills are essential for all people working in New Zealand health services.

Seven Real Skills | Working with whānau | Te Pou


WHĀRAURAU: Co-existing Problems. CEP & Youth

This is online education course is designed to help workers in all areas of youth health, mental health and addiction, provide support to young people experiencing mental health and/or substance use difficulties in an integrated and holistic manner.


Supporting Parents Healthy Children: Single Session Family Consultation (SSFC)

The Single Session Family Consultation model (SSFC) is a brief process for engaging and meeting with families and whānau involved in the persons care or support, and to help family and whānau members identify and address their own needs. SSFC provides a clear, structured and yet flexible process for workers.

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