Events

The ATDC offers a range of events throughout the year, including professional development and training, conferences and symposiums, consultation opportunities and more.

A copy of the training calendar can be downloaded here, and includes some training events with dates to be confirmed.

You can find them all here on our calendar.

  • 04
    04.March.Monday

    10:01
    04/03/19

    It’s that time of year again when we invite you to join us on the annual ATDC Bus Tours around alcohol and drug service providers in Hobart

    Do you work in housing, mental health, justice, child protection, education, employment, disability or an allied health sector and wish to know more about the alcohol and drug (AOD) services provided in your local area?

    Yes?!

    Jump aboard an ATDC bus tour to visit service providers and find out about current AOD issues, referral processes and how you can help clients experiencing substance use problems.

    As always, these tours are extremely popular and we are limited in numbers, so book in quickly to reserve your place!

     

  • 06
    06.March.Wednesday

    10:17
    06/03/19

    It’s that time of year again when we invite you to join us on the annual ATDC Bus Tours around alcohol and drug service providers in North-West

    Do you work in housing, mental health, justice, child protection, education, employment, disability or an allied health sector and wish to know more about the alcohol and drug (AOD) services provided in your local area?

    Yes?!

    Jump aboard an ATDC bus tour to visit service providers and find out about current AOD issues, referral processes and how you can help clients experiencing substance use problems.

    As always, these tours are extremely popular and we are limited in numbers, so book in quickly to reserve your place!

  • 07
    07.March.Thursday

    10:15
    07/03/19

    It’s that time of year again when we invite you to join us on the annual ATDC Bus Tours around alcohol and drug service providers in Launceston

    Do you work in housing, mental health, justice, child protection, education, employment, disability or an allied health sector and wish to know more about the alcohol and drug (AOD) services provided in your local area?

    Yes?!

    Jump aboard an ATDC bus tour to visit service providers and find out about current AOD issues, referral processes and how you can help clients experiencing substance use problems.

    As always, these tours are extremely popular and we are limited in numbers, so book in quickly to reserve your place!

  • 19
    19.March.Tuesday

    All day
    19/03/19
    Launceston
    Anglicare Board Room Launceston, 122 Elizabeth Street, Launceston

    The ATDC would like to invite you to attend the first Regional Member Meeting (RAMMs) for 2019 on Tuesday 19th March from 2:30-4:30pm at Anglicare Launceston, 122 Elizabeth Street, in room 116 ‘downstairs meeting room’.

    At this meeting you will meet Janine Barrow, Consultant Liaison Service, who is based at the Launceston General Hospital. Janine supports clinical staff by providing expert assessment, information, brief intervention, advice and often shared care in the clinical management of patients admitted to the hospital with significant and complex AOD related issues. Janine will give an outline of the service and also be available for questions and discussion.

    Nick Merklin from the ATDC will also lead a discussion around the first release of results from the workforce survey. Alison Lai will also give a broad overview of ATDC activity and other relevant developments across the sector, within the state and nationally. We also look forward to hearing updates from services and the valuable networking that ensues at these meetings.

    RSVP by return email to admin@atdc.org.au.

  • 19
    19.March.Tuesday

    17:08
    19/03/19
    ATDC Office
    Level 1, 175 Collins Street

    The ATDC would like to invite you to attend the first Regional Area Member Meetings (RAMMs) for 2019 on Tuesday 19th March from 9:15-11:15am at the ATDC Office, Level 1, 175 Collins Street in the ATDC Boardroom.

    At this meeting you will meet Fiona Rea, Consultant Liaison Service, who is based at the Royal Hobart Hospital. Fiona supports clinical staff by providing expert assessment, information, brief intervention, advice and often shared care in the clinical management of patients admitted to the hospital with significant and complex AOD related issues. Fiona will give an outline of the service and also be available for questions and discussion.

    Nick Merklin from the ATDC will also lead a discussion around the first release of results from the workforce survey. Alison Lai will also give a broad overview of ATDC activity and other relevant developments across the sector, within the state and nationally. We also look forward to hearing updates from services and the valuable networking that ensues at these meetings.

    RSVP to admin@atdc.org.au.


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