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[email protected] – Register Now

[email protected] - Register Now

The Semester 1 2023 [email protected] and [email protected] calendars are now open for registrations. Both calendars include new alcohol and other drug training events as well as popular and foundational events – please see the below lists for a sample.



  • ST345 Trauma Informed Care and Practice with young people
  • From MDMA to Psilocybin: What is Substance-Assisted Psychotherapy? (webinar)
  • Supporting sustained behaviour change over time (relapse prevention) (webinar)
  • Working with young people with co-occurring mental health and alcohol and other drug issues (webinar)



  • KA/ST027 Ways of working with Aboriginal people – Part 1
  • ST284 Motivational Interviewing – Part 1
  • ST326 Trauma Informed Care and Practice
  • ST343 Emotion Regulation
  • An introduction to coercive control (webinar)
  • An introduction to emotion regulation (webinar)



  • ST284 Motivational interviewing part 1
  • ST222 Induction training for new AOD workers
  • ST334 AOD skills foundation
  • ST338 Working with clients who use AOD with co-occurring mental health issues


For further information and to register head to the [email protected] calendar or the [email protected] calendar.


If you are not able to make it to training, MHC also has a variety of online learning programs available. Topics include Introduction to alcohol and other drugs, Opioid overdose and the use of naloxone, AOD prevention, and Needle and syringe programs.