“The resource pack will be hugely beneficial.”
Course participant, Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead
Young people are up to three times more likely to have unprotected sex when they are drunk. Increasingly, professionals working with young people are becoming aware that young people’s alcohol use has direct links with their sexual activity.
As well as enabling easier interaction on a social level, alcohol use lowers inhibitions and sometimes causes young people to do things they would not do if they had not been drinking. Regret features largely in young people’s description of sexual activity when they have been drinking.
This course aims to look at young people’s alcohol consumption, how alcohol affects risk taking and related sexual activity. It also aims to help professionals formulate strategies to work with young people around these issues.
Contact us to discuss your requirements.
England, Scotland, Wales
Tel: 0845 122 8661
Northern Ireland enquiries
Tel: 028 90 316 100
Delivered at a date and venue to suit you.
£900 plus trainer expenses.
Maximum 12 participants.
FPA members get up to 20% off all training courses – just quote your membership number when booking.
This course aims to enhance participants’ understanding of key issues and the links between sexual activity and alcohol use, and to increase confidence in addressing these issues with young people.
Basic sexual health and alcohol awareness.
All participants on this course will be given a behaviour change resource for work with young people around risk taking.