The UK Addiction Treatment Group is offering all schools, colleges and universities across the country the opportunity to engage pupils in an exciting, FREE awareness seminar on the dangers of drugs and alcohol.
The programme, led by an Enhanced DBS-checked Therapist is completely free to all schools who wish to book it.
UKAT is offering all schools a day to engage with their students, of any age, on the short and long term dangers and implications of substance misuse.
The seminar is incredibly interactive, and offers students the opportunity to ask open and honest questions about drugs and alcohol in a safe and trusted environment – their own school- with an expert who knows how to answer these types of questions.
Many schools across the country have already welcomed UKAT on site to lead this seminar, some preferring a larger ‘lecture’ style structure whilst others prefer smaller, more intimate group sessions running throughout the day.
UKAT tailors the content to match the age of the students in each session, and works closely with the school itself to focus on any particular areas of concern, like gaming, cannabis or eating disorders, for example.
The help doesn’t just stop when UKAT leaves. The best part of this programme is that UKAT’s expert team have compiled support guides for students AND for parents, written by therapists. The school adds the guides to their website so that further support and information is always available.
The free drug and alcohol awareness programme is the perfect education enrichment activity for teachers planning extracurricular activities and engagement opportunities for their students.