Chemsex Training


Chemsex logo‘Chemsex’ refers to the rising trend of drug use; in particular Legal Highs (now  referred to as New Psychoactive Substances); in a sexual context. The aim of this training is to raise awareness of Chemsex and the risks caused (sexual assault, shared drug equipment, rise of infections to name a few), increase confidence in staff to deal with these issues effectively and safeguard young people from further harm.

Learning Outcomes

  • Motivations, trend and context
  • Drugs used in chemsex, including an overview of legal highs/new psychoactive substances: what they look like, how they are used, slang names, effects and risks
  • Increasing the confidence in staff to work effectively with young people aiming for better sexual well-being, sober sex, education and harm reduction
  • How to educate and prevent chemsex issues and working with vulnerable at risk groups


All delegates receive a training pack and USB memory stick with materials and resources to take back to the workplace and work with young people.


  • TUESDAY 28TH MARCH 2017 – £49
Testimonials from Training:
“Programme was excellent. Activities were powerful & engaging. Useful to use at work & study” February 2017
Excellent course with interactive and informative content. Trainers helped make the course fun as well as educational” February 2017″
Excellent training day with positive and enthusiastic leads. Good day and useful” February 2017
“Excellent course” February 2017
“Thank you. Very knowledgeable trainers” February 2017
To book your place on this training please email for a booking form and further details or contact 02380 650 514.  

Proudly Funded in part by The Henry Smith Charity