‘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.
- 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.
CONFIRMED TRAINING DATES IN HAMPSHIRE:
- TUESDAY 28TH MARCH 2017 – £49
Proudly Funded in part by The Henry Smith Charity