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TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT

Trainings presented by ACCESS EAP staff

Face to face trainings are an employee and management development method created to increase program awareness and utilization. These topics are one hour in length and intended to be overviews of a subject, providing basic tips and suggestions related to situations at home and at work.  The presenters are subject matter experts and have experience presenting to a variety of audiences.

Managing or Eliminating Your Stress

The Five Pillars of Personal Finance

Emotional Intelligence: It’s Benefits at Home and at Work

Conflict Happens: Resolve the Conflict and Maintain the Relationship

Destigmatizing Mental Illness

Suicide Awareness and Prevention – QPR Method

Preparing for Retirement

Overcoming Relationship Challenges

Are You Resilient? The skills and behaviors necessary to bounce back

Creating a Respectful Workplace: Understanding Sexual and Other Forms of Harassment

TRAININGS PRESENTED BY DFWPA

Curriculum Outline for Onsite Trainings

Drug Free Workplace PA (DFWPA) offers comprehensive curriculums for organizations to help them better understand substance and alcohol misuse in both the workplace and at home. For every onsite presentation, DFWPA is able to tailor trainings to any organization’s needs for a unique, personalized, educational experience. We also offer the 2-hour Pennsylvania Department of Transportation mandated supervisory training, which includes reasonable suspicion of probable drug use and alcohol misuse. Grant funding allows DFWPA to offer all of our services free of charge; paid for by taxpayer’s dollars.

To arrange an educational session through DFWPA for your community or work place, contact them at: 717-454-3100

Grant funding allows us to offer all of our services free of charge.

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For Businesses, Professional Groups, and Organizations:

Creating a Drug Free Workplace

  • Cost of Substance Abuse to the Workplace
  • Benefits and Return on Investment in a Drug Free Workplace Program
  • Five Components of a Drug Free Workplace
  • Employee Assistance Program (EAP) Overview
  • How to Build a Drug Free Workplace Policy
  • Available Resources

Supervisor Training

  • What is Drug Free Workplace PA
  • The Cost of Substance Use to Society
  • The Cost of Substance Use to the Workplace
  • Substance Use Disorder 101
  • Drug Classifications and Signs and Symptoms of Drug Misuse
  • Supervisor’s Toolbox
  • When an Incidence Occurs
  • Do’s and Don’ts of a Implementing Reasonable Suspicion
  • Recovery Happens
  • Available Resources

Employee Training

  • The Cost of Substance Use to Society
  • The Cost of Substance Use to the Workplace
  • Substance Use Disorder 101
  • Substance Use Disorder & The Family
  • Drug Classifications
  • Signs and Symptoms of Drug Misuse
  • Overview and Requirements of a Drug Free Workplace Policy
  • What to do if you suspect a co-worker is using substances
  • Recovery Happens
  • Available Resources

Employee Assistance Program (EAP) Training

  • Benefits of an EAP
  • Goals of an EAP
  • Components and Services
  • How an EAP Benefits Employees
  • How an EAP Works
  • How to Pick the Right EAP to Meet Your Organization’s Needs
  • Available Resources

Signs and Symptoms of Drug Misuse in the Workplace

  • Substance Misuse and its Effects on the Brain
  • The Emotional, Behavioral, and Physical Effects of Drugs and Alcohol
  • The National Institute for Drug Abuse (NIDA) 5 Drugs Classifications
  • Available Resources

Tools & Techniques for the Reasonable Suspicion Drug Testing Process

  • Effective Communication Techniques and Confidentiality
  • The Do’s and Don’ts for Supervisors
  • When an Incident Occurs
  • Scenarios
  • Available Resources

Addiction 101

  • Cost of Substance Use Disorder to Society
  • Disease of Substance Use Disorder
  • Drug Classifications and Signs and Symptoms of Drug Misuse
  • Health Impacts of Substance Misuse
  • Drugs of Misuse
  • Risky Behaviors
  • Available Resources

Medical Marijuana in the Workplace

  • The Cost of Substance Use to Society
  • The Many Forms of Marijuana
  • Medical Marijuana in Pennsylvania: Act 16
  • Medical Marijuana and the Workplace
  • Workplace Considerations Regarding Medical Marijuana
  • Available Resources
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Drug Testing Training

  • Intro to Drug Testing Laws
  • When to Drug Test
  • Types of Testing Methods
  • Available Resources

For Families and Communities:

Family Education Training

  • Family Support for Substance Use Disorders
  • Substance Use Disorder 101
  • Drug Classifications and Signs and Symptoms of Drug Misuse
  • Treatment Approaches
  • Single County Authorities
  • Recovery
  • Critical Components to Successful Family Involvement
  • Managing Behaviors
  • Alcohol and Marijuana
  • Co-occurring Disorders
  • Available Resources

Signs and Symptoms of Drug Misuse for Families

  • Emotional, Behavioral, and Physical Impact of Substance Misuse on the Family Unit
  • Drug Classifications and Signs and Symptoms of Drug Misuse
  • How to be a Part of the Solution
  • Risky Behaviors
  • Available Resources

Family Roles

  • The Impact of Substance Use Disorder on the Family
  • Types of Roles within the Family Unit
  • Risky Behaviors
  • Future Outcomes and Recovery
  • Available Resources
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School Districts

  • National and State Overdose Death Statistics
  • Substance Use Disorder 101
  • Drug Classifications, Current Trends, and Signs and Symptoms of Drug Misuse
  • Vaping & Juuling
  • Risky Behaviors
  • The Mental Health Component of Substance Misuse
  • Available Resources