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Drug and Alcohol testing: Part of the Hieda Box Set

11 November @ 11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Venue: Zoom (online)

Audience: Healthcare professionals and medical providers

Course outline 

This training package comprises of 12 webinars on a variety of medical topics, the purpose of which is to provide updates on medical conditions and refresh skills. This box set is suitable for all organisations who wish to further their knowledge with a view to supporting their employees within the work environment. It is also aimed at supporting school nurses with their training and development needs; helping them to raise the standards of care provided in schools, this could count as CPD as part of their revalidation. Webinars will be recorded so if you cannot attend the day or have missed any of the box set, they can be available for you to view when convenient.

This training is available to purchase as a single webinar or part of the Hieda box set series.

This set will be £900 for a member series place.

This webinar aims to discuss the pros and cons of drug and alcohol testing in the workplace or school setting. It will explore the techniques, outcomes subsequent actions and the guidance behind the process. We will explore the common issues in schools and have a brief introduction to the drugs most commonly used for recreational purposes. 

Training topics will include: 

  • Purpose and safety 
  • Test kits 
  • How to deliver this process in a supportive environment 
  • Maintaining a professional boundary. 

Learning outcomes: 

  • To understand and be knowledgeable about this process 
  • To be knowledgeable when and why this would be done 
  • To be able to positively support a person with suspected drug or alcohol abuse. 


  • Member Rate: £90
  • Additional Member Delegate Fee: £45
  • Non-member Rate: £180*
  • Member Series Box Set: £900

*If you would like to become a member and access discounted rates for Hieda CPD and events, please click here.


Other titles in this box set series:

1 The importance of clinical supervision September 13
2 Sleep hygiene September 17
3 Medications management October 14
4 Drug and Alcohol testing November 11
5 Sports Nutrition and Supplements November 19
6 Supporting epilepsy sufferers in your workplace February 11
7 Chronic fatigue February 28
8 Meningitis awareness March 10
9 Asthma and Anaphylaxis May 22
10 Diabetes – management and maintenance June 12
11 Bladder and bowel care June 17
12 Anger management June 24


Dave Parvin

A former Drug Squad Officer- Dave has seen the damage and destruction first hand that  ‘drugs’ can bring to those who choose to have a life that involves the use of these substances and as such is passionate about raising the awareness of the ‘potential risks and dangers’ associated with this life style. Since leaving the police Dave over the last 17 years has delivered hundreds of Drug Awareness Sessions to Schools and Colleges all over the country engaging with all parties (Students/Staff and Parental Sessions) to ensure his key message about raising the awareness of the real risks and dangers associated with many substances young people in particular are likely to come into contact with. He does not preach and delivers his presentations in a ‘non judgemental manner’ in his own ‘unique style’, ensuring that his audiences engage with him from the very minute he starts to speak. He also has strong links with NAMSS (National Association for Managers of Student Services), the BSA (Boarding School Association) and Hieda (Health in Education) delivering bespoke Drug Awareness Training events for their staff (including work overseas with international schools).


11 November
11:30 am - 12:30 pm
Event Category:


Health in Education Association