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CRAFT (Community Reinforcement and Family Training) is an evidence-based, non-judgemental programme for practitioners to use with family members and carers affected by someone else’s alcohol or drug use.

CRAFT helps family members to:

Communicate positively with their loved one
Reduce their feelings of stress
Improve feelings of self-worth
Encourage their loved one to enter treatment

This online training is delivered by George Charlton, GC Training & Consultancy in partnership with Scottish Families Affected by Alcohol & Drugs.  

George is one of only two accredited trainers and supervisors delivering UK-wide CRAFT practitioner training and supervision.   The training will take place by Zoom over three half days from 9.00 am–1.00 pm each day.   You must attend all three half-day sessions to be fully CRAFT trained.  Due to online delivery, the course is being offered at a reduced rate of £250 per person, payable by invoice.   Once fully trained, you will have the opportunity to join the CRAFT Community of Practice, a group of fully trained CRAFT practitioners for support and knowledge sharing.  

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* 1. Please select which sessions you wish to book

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* 2. Name of Applicant

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* 3. Job Title

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* 4. Organisation

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* 5. Applicant's Email Address

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* 6. Applicant's Telephone Number

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* 7. Name for Invoice

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* 8. Email Address for Invoice

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* 9. Organisation's Address

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* 10. On completion of the CRAFT training, do you want your details to be added to the CRAFT Community of Practice group?  If you tick yes, you are giving permission for your details to be used for CRAFT related communications, eg texts, emails, etc and for it to be shared with other members of the CCoP, GC Training & Consultancy and Scottish Families Affected by Alcohol and Drugs

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* 11. Do you wish to sign up to Scottish Families' circulation list to keep up to date with the our latest updates? We will not share your information with any other organisations. Our privacy policy is available at www.sfad.org.uk

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