Training Students on Drug & Alcohol Awareness
Drug and alcohol awareness on campus training is an important step in teaching students about the risks of substance abuse, and what they can do to avoid the negative consequences that can lead to sexual assault, injury, arrests and deaths.
While drinking alcohol is the most common form of substance abuse among college students, the use of other substances, such as opioids, vaping and illegal drugs, is on the rise. Stress from academics and other responsibilities, peer pressure and curiosity are some of the factors that can lead to drug and alcohol use.
As part of college health, safety and prevention programs, drug and alcohol awareness training can be an effective tool to engage students in this important conversation and encourage positive behavior to keep themselves, their friends and others safe and productive.
Online Drug and Alcohol Awareness on Campus Training
This 20-minute eLearning course is designed to raise awareness of the effects and risks of alcohol and drug use, including vaping, and the consequences of individual choices and decisions. Students learn when to seek help, and how to safely intervene as a bystander to stop inappropriate behavior. The course features a video host, viewer email Q&A, drag-and-drop interactions and challenges to provide a modern, engaging learning experience. A course completion certificate is included.
Drug & Alcohol Awareness on Campus Training covers these topics and more:
- Surprising statistics on drug and alcohol use on campus
- How alcohol affects the body and brain
- Binge drinking
- Alcohol poisoning
- Sex and consent
- Bystander intervention
- Tips for responsible drinking
- Mixing drugs and alcohol
- Links to helpful resources
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