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Stimulants + Hallucinogens - Signs, Symptoms, Effects and Risks (KS 3 + 4)

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The Anthony Seddon Centre

12 George Street

Ashton-under-Lyne

OL6 6AQ

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(Please note this training session is only available for secondary teachers from Tameside as part of a wider PSHE training programme)

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(Please note this training session is only available for secondary teachers from Tameside as part of a wider training programme for the Tameside  Drug, Alcohol and Tobacco PSHE Curriculum - If you are not a teacher from Tameside you will not be admitted to the training).

Stimulants + Hallucinogens - Signs, Symptoms, Effects and Risks (Key Stage 3+4)

This session is a drug specific training session which has been designed with secondary educators in mind and covers awareness on a variety of different substances, local trends and the use of new technology.

It has a specific focus on stimulant and hallicinogenic substances that are potentially used by young people and these can include - Cocaine, Crack Cocaine, Amphetamine, Ecstasy, MDMA, LSD, Anabolic Steroids, Ketamine and Magic Mushrooms. 

There are a number of substance specific lessons through the Key Stage 3+4 programme and this session will equip you with the knowledge to be able to deliver the Key Stage 3+4 Tameside Drug, Alcohol and Tobacco PSHE Curriculum with confidence and includes:

•             Substance specific information

•             Local trends – new popular substances

•             Dangers, Risks

•             Signs, symptoms, effects

•             Our agency responses

•             Allows for opportunity to ask any questions

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The Anthony Seddon Centre

12 George Street

Ashton-under-Lyne

OL6 6AQ

United Kingdom

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