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TRAINING

HRVic provide
practical education & training
from the unique peer-spective
of people with living & lived experience
of substance use.

 

COMING UP

ON the 1st OF EACH MONTH in 2022 at
4:30pm on ZOOM

Overdose Response
& Naloxone

This workshop focuses on how to recognise the signs of opioid overdose and how to respond using naloxone- the opioid reversal medication, in all it's forms- Prenoxad®- an injectable multi dose (in one syringe) or Nyxoid®-a single dose nasal spray. 


HRVic’s naloxone training differs from other naloxone training in that you are being trained by someone with lived or living experience of injecting drug use and we insist on providing participants with our HRVic naloxone kits at the end of the training session.

HRVic’s first priority is to put naloxone kits into the hands of those who need it most- people who currently inject opioids or the people who live with them. We do however understand the need for drug use to remain anonymous in the majority of cases as prohibition remains our biggest most threatening harm.

All participants of Online Naloxone Training receive a FREE HRVic Naloxone Kit.

If you are attending and belong to a service or other org who work with PWUD and would like a free naloxone kit-  email janed@hrvic.org.au stating this and we can give you some other options.

Currently, we are using Zoom to do this online training. If you are not sure how to use Zoom or what it is, click HERE for instructions and more info. Its super easy.

Topic: Naloxone Online

Time: THURSDAY DECEMBER 1st 2022 4:30PM (AEST)

UPCOMING DATES:

Monday November 1st- OVER

Wednesday December 1st- OVER

Nothing in January

Tuesday February 1st-OVER

Tuesday March 1st- OVER

Friday April 1st OVER

Monday May 2nd- OVER

June 1st -OVER 

Friday JULY 1st 2022- OVER

Monday AUG 1st 2022- OVER

Thursday SEPT 1st 2022- OVER

Monday OCT 3rd 2022- OVER

Thursday NOV 1st 2022- CANCELLED PUBLIC HOLIDAY

Thursday DEC 1st 2022- COMING UP!

Join THURSDAY 1ST DECEMBER Zoom Meeting:

Just copy and paste link in your browser: 
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89848783603?pwd=OU1WZjZpVENmdFhaUzVBaGdFTzVMdz09


 

or click HERE at 4:30pm Thurs. DEC 1st,

Meeting ID: 898 4878 3603

Passcode: 786160

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OTHER TRAINING AND WORKSHOPS
AVAILABLE ON DEMAND

Harm Reduction Victoria’s staff training and consumer workshops are unique opportunities to be presented with important substance and use information and education from the living/lived experience perspective.

Training available includes:

  • Safer Using- we can focus on a specific substance or can cover a more general range of substances 

  • Vein care 

  • ATS (amphetamine-type substances) or Opioid Overdose -prevention, recognition & response

  • Naloxone Administration

  • Bloodborne Virus -Prevention, Transmission and Treatment

  • A,B,C's of Hepatitis & HIV

  • Stigma & Discrimination -To and From PWUD

Substance-specific info sessions, Drug combinations, Gender Based Violence and Trauma Counsel 

and much more. Call the office for details.

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Blood Borne Viruses

Introductions to more comprehensive look into hep C, hep B and HIV and

people who use drugs. 

We can cover transmission, testing & treatment as well as stigma & discrimination of living with these chronic diseases. 

Delivered by facilitators with lived experience of BBVs.

For: Consumers, or people who work with consumers

 

Minimum delivery time: 1 hour

Maximum delivery time: 3 hours

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Safer Using

(General Use)

A hands on presentation & workshop covering a range of topics falling under the

‘Safer Using’ banner.

‘Dirty hits and bad trips’- BBV and other infection &  injury prevention, to effects on mental & physical health.​

Practical: General safer drug use technique (This can be tailored to specific substances)

Filters to Foil- Various harm reduction tools for safer drug use

Intro to Circulatory System

Myths around drug use

Best practice mixing up demo

Safer Using can be tailored to any specific substance or can be delivered as a general safer use workshop.

For: Consumers, people who live/work with or support current consumers

Minimum delivery time: 1 hour

Maximum delivery time: 3 hours

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D.O.P.E

Opioid or ATS

(amphetamine-type substances) or

other Poly Substances Overdose Training

Designed to inform people who use drugs about all aspects of  overdose- from prevention to recognising the signs through to response.

Covers: Opioid or 

ATS (amphetamine type substances) or

other substances/poly substances

For: Consumers, loved ones &

people who live/work with consumers

Minimum delivery time: 1 hour

Maximum delivery time: 3 hours

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Safer Injecting & Vein Care

A hands on presentation & workshop covering a range of topics falling under the

‘Safer Injecting’ banner.

Vein Care
The difference between, veins, arteries- the dangers of hitting an artery & capillaries & basic  human circulatory system.


Practical: General safer injecting techniques
Swabs- types, swabbing correctly
Tourniquets- the pros & cons of the tourniquet, how to safely use
Filters- What type and What for? From wheel filters to cotton wool- 

Best practice mixing up demo

Introduction to BBV prevention

For: Consumers, people who live/work with or support current consumers (injectors)

Minimum delivery time: 1 hour

Maximum delivery time: 3 hours

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Naloxone Administration

Naloxone training is usually combined with our D.O.P.E -

opioid overdose training.
The workshop focuses on how to recognise the signs of overdose & how to respond using naloxone.


HRVic’s naloxone training differs from other naloxone training in that HRVic insists on providing participants witha free naloxone kit at the completion of training. training.

For: Consumers, loved ones &

people who live/work with consumers

Minimum delivery time: 30 min.

Maximum delivery time: 2 hours

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Stigma & Discrimination

'Apply Pressure Here'-

A New Peer-Spective on Stigma and Drug Use

This newly developed training that provides practical strategies for consumers WITH healthcare professionals, service providers, AOD workers & corrections personnel to challenge and combat stigma & discrimination towards people who use substances.

Our aim is to improve the relationships with the people who work with us as consumers while Removing barriers & improving access to holistic wellness for PWUD.

For: Consumers, people who live/work with or support current consumers (injectors)

Minimum delivery time: 1 hour

Maximum delivery time: 3 hours

*All our training is facilitated by trainers
with lived or living experience of the topic.

To enquire about any of the existing training
or to create a session based on your particular needs,
click the Enquire Now button above. 

Harm Reduction Victoria’s consumer workshops are unique opportunities to be presented with

important substance and use information and education from the lived/living experience perspective.

Training includes safer using, vein care, ATS (amphetamine-type substances) & opioid overdose

prevention, recognition & response, naloxone administration, bloodborne virus prevention, transmission and treatment, 

substance-specific info sessions and much much more for people who use drugs.

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