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Alcohol and drug awareness
Alcohol and Drug Awareness
At some point during their university career, students will encounter drugs (including psychoactive substances previously known as legal highs) and alcohol. This course, developed in partnership with Brunel University, is designed to give students the facts they need, to make well-informed choices so that they can recognise the most commonly used drugs and understand their affects – not just on their body but also on their academic performance, relationships with friends and family and long term health.
The course features an innovative diagnostic quiz that will give personalised information about their personal drinking habits and how they fit in with the national drinking guidelines. The course also contains tips to help learners make the most of enjoying alcohol safely as well as some ‘how to’s’ and further resources if they would like to seek help and advice.
The course is designed to help students:
People who have bought this course have said:
“My first project with Marshall E-Learning was on our health and safety on-line modules, an excellent tool to raise awareness of the basic health and safety for employees in a fun and interactive way and excellent value for money.
Then I wanted an online course to raise awareness of the dangers of drugs and alcohol aimed at students. I couldn’t find anything in the marketplace, so I went to David (Marshall) and Tamar Elderton–Welch who were very responsive to the concept and we drew up a course outline.
I worked with Tamar to write the course and it was very rewarding to see the product materialise in an excellent interactive and engaging way with the user to maintain attention over a serious social issue. I think we have achieved that and I hope it will be a valuable tool in supporting students in the future.”
Assistant Director of Commercial Services – Health, Safety and Environment
Brunel University London