Federation of Drug & Alcohol Practitioners
Substance Misuse Management in General Practice (SMMGP)

Training

Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Courses

SMMGP training and CPD opportunities

SMMGP offers a range of online e-learning modules, webinars and podcasts via their Premium Membership scheme, which is free to all individual members of FDAP.

Webinars for SMMGP Premium Members include:

  • Working with behavioural addiction - gambling (June 2017)
  • Working with behavioural addiction - pornography (Date to be announced)

For more information on SMMGP training and CPD opportunities please visit the SMMGP website.

 

LSBU / FDAP CPD for Addiction Treatment Professionals

London South Bank University (LSBU) have developed a range of courses for professionals working in the area of addiction treatment designed to expand knowledge, update skills and improve services.
Drawing on a combination of LSBU’s established expertise in the field of addiction and a team of high quality trainers, the courses cover four streams each tailored to a different area of interest and expertise.
 

  • Skills for Practitioners
  • Special Populations
  • Skills for Managers
  • New Horizons in Theory and Practice


The courses are accredited by FDAP and LSBU are offering a 15% discount to FDAP members.
You can find out more and book your place by visiting the
Addiction CPD website or contact LSBU on 0800 923 8888.

 

The University of West London (UWL) CPD courses

The University of West London have developed a range of CPD courses at Level 6 and 7.

The credits from level 6 CPD modules can be used towards the BSc (Hons) top-up in Substance Use and Misuse Studies.

For more information on level 6 CPD courses please go to UWL CPD Courses.

For more information on the BSc in Psychology with Substance Misuse and the BSc (Hons) top-up in Substance Use and Misuse Studies click here.

The credits from level 7 CPD modules can be used towards the MSc Advanced Practice or the PGcert/Dip/MSc Professional Practice with Substance Misuse.

For more information on the MSc Advance Practice click here.

For more information on the PGcert/Dip/MSc Professional Practice with Substance Misuse click here.

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