We work with communities to build the capacity of people to respond to those with drug or alcohol problems. We provide a range of free and fee-for-service training opportunities across Queensland and New South Wales to support understanding and reduce stigma.
Lives Lived Well Education Online – LEO
We are committed to ensuring the alcohol and drug support workforce has access to quality professional development that is based on the latest evidence and contemporary best practice. Our education online system, LEO, provides a catalogue of free courses.
What’s currently in our LEO catalogue?
Now on offer is the course Screening for Problem Gambling. This free course is aimed at helping clinicians better detect problem gambling. The online course can be found at: https://liveslivedwell.docebosaas.com
Other Training Initiatives
Drug and Alcohol First Aid Training
Want to learn more about how you can support someone with a drug or alcohol problem? Our professional facilitators provide Drug and Alcohol First Aid training to community and health workers and workplaces.
Screening For Problem Gambling
To support clinicians to better detect and help their clients with risky gambling behaviours, we offer FREE Gambling Screening Workshops.
Australian Winter School Conference
Lives Lived Well is a proud presenting partner of this long-standing conference, joining with QNADA to support professional training and development within the AOD sector. To find out more, visit the Australian Winter School website.
Lives Lived Well acknowledges the peoples of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australia, respecting their continuing connection to land, culture and community. We pay our respects to elders past, present and future.
Lives Lived Well celebrates diversity and is committed to providing inclusive services. Everyone has the right to live well, with dignity and respect. We offer support to all people without judgment or discrimination.
The images used in this website are stock images of persons used for illustrative purposes only and do not, expressely or impliedly, portray persons with drug or alcohol problems.