Addiction medicine training
Information about the Addiction Medicine specialty and training opportunities in South Australia.
There are a range of alcohol and other drug training options available in South Australia for people with differing levels of qualification, expertise and interest. The information below will assist you with your training needs and includes a list of training providers and information sources on alcohol and other drug issues.
A number of tertiary institutions offer alcohol and other drug specific training programs. For full course information click on relevant course listed below.
The National Centre for Education and Training on Addiction (NCETA) is a national research centre based at Flinders University that specialises in workforce development, capacity building and research translation and dissemination. It provides a range of supports to the alcohol and other drug and broader health and community services sectors including the dissemination of practical evidence-based resources and tailored training workshops, seminars and webinars.
View NCETA’s alcohol and other drug resources.
NCETA provides a range of training activities that complement the Centre’s key research programs.
For more information contact NCETA on (08) 8201 7535 or email - email@example.com.
There are a range of Australian and South Australian providers of vocational education and training that offer drug and alcohol units of competency or full qualifications. We recommend searching online to explore these options.
SA Health Library service (alcohol and other drugs)
Ground floor, Glenside Campus Administration and Learning Services Building.
2 Karrayarta Drive, Glenside SA 5065
Telephone: (08) 7087 1202
Hours: Monday to Friday, 9:00am - 5:00pm
Alcohol and Drug Information Service (ADIS)
ADIS provides a confidential telephone counselling, information and referral service for the general public, concerned family and friends, students and health professionals.
Contact ADIS on 1300 13 1340 between 8.30am and 10pm any day to speak with an experienced health professional. Information pamphlets, posters and other resources can also be downloaded or ordered through the Alcohol and Drug Information Service (ADIS).