Navigating the Path to Responsible Drug and Alcohol Management in Sports (SALT)

Create a positive culture around drugs and alcohol at your club

Date: Tuesday 9th Apr

Time: 7:00 – 8:00pm AEST

Venue: Online

Price: $19.95 (GST Included)

Sports clubs are a social hub for the community, but many members of sporting clubs don’t feel they have the skills to help friends or family members who may have issues with drugs or alcohol.

With this insightful webinar featuring guest speaker Dave Burt of SALT, you’ll learn how to create a positive club culture and facilitate no judgement support for members who may be struggling.

In this webinar, you'll learn:

  • How to encourage and promote dry club events.
  • How to recognise signs that a friend or club member is struggling with drugs or alcohol.
  • The relevant short and long term support services available.
  • The best ways to manage energencies within your club.

Presenter: Jen Szuster

Guest Speaker: Dave Burt

Dave Burt, the Founder of Sport and Life Training (SALT), is a passionate advocate for building connected and caring communities through the power of sports. With a genuine commitment to making a positive impact, Dave is known for his optimism and unwavering belief in the potential to effect real change.

His journey began when he worked with seven clubs that had tragically lost loved ones to suicide, a wake-up call that inspired him to address the hidden challenges within the sporting world. Dave recognised the importance of fostering strong connections and addressing issues like hyper-masculinity and alcohol culture.

In 2015, he officially established SALT as a not-for-profit, preventative education organization that empowers local sporting clubs to create more resilient and compassionate communities. Today, Dave and SALT are deeply involved in addressing various factors affecting mental health and well-being, offering courses and programs to help individuals of all ages harness the strengths learned in sports for success in all aspects of life.

Additional Information about the Session:

You can log in to your session 30 minutes before the scheduled start time.
This is a great opportunity to check your connection as well as make the most of the time with your presenter and other participants. During this 30 minutes you can ask any questions specific to your club and ensure you get the answers you are looking for.

After the session a recording of the course will be sent to you to view at your leisure. (Please note: Free webinars are not recorded)

For most courses you will not only receive the webinar training but also a worksheet and links to the best resources in the country on your training topic.

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