Problem Gambling – Identification & Brief Advice
Provides in-depth understanding of gambling-related harm, with a focus on key risk factors and how to identify the problem, how to use a brief gambling screen and a range of current referral sources.
- Understand problem gambling, how to screen for it and structure a brief conversation to elicit further detail.
- Attain knowledge of the support and advice available, including player protection tools as well as emotional and practical support.
This course is for those working in frontline roles where they may encounter those affected by gambling-related harm, such as primary care workers, clinicians, advisers support workers or other healthcare professionals. It provides the skills and knowledge to manage concerns and direct individuals to specialist help and support.
If you would like us to train your team please get in touch via the form below.
If you have one or more delegates who would like to join a session alongside other agencies, we run multi-agency sessions at our offices in London. Please enquire about availability via the form below.
3 Hours (CPD)
If you are a gambling business looking for training around social responsibility and player protection, see our section for gambling businesses.
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