There are still places available for the free 2 day Recovery Orientated Systems of Care (ROSC) Training on Thursday 29th and Friday 30th June, 9:30am – 4:30pm at Signpost Recovery, Cooperage Way, Alloa, FK10 3LP.
A ROSC is a network of formal and informal services developed to initiate and maintain recovery for individuals and families impacted by problematic alcohol and other drug use. The training is targeted at practitioners delivering services in Forth Valley, whose role involves supporting the long-term recovery of people directly and indirectly affected by problematic alcohol and other drug use.
By the end of the course, participants will be able to:
• recognise their service’s role and responsibility in a Forth Valley ROSC
• explain the key components of recovery capital necessary to initiate and sustain recovery, and their service’s role in contributing to mobilising its development
• review the practice of person-centred planning in recovery management within their service
• evaluate how, as a practitioner and as a service, they are adapting to ROSC consistent practice in the care of people affected by problematic alcohol and other drug use in Forth Valley
• set out a personal improvement plan on how they intend to build on their strengths in a ROSC following a critical reflection on current practice within the context of their own service
For further information, please contact the Scottish Drugs Forum Administration Team by phone: 0141 221 1175, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
To book your place on any of the courses, please contact Anita Dufton or Heather Jolly by email: FV-UHB.FVADP@nhs.net