Gambling Harm Awareness (Beginner)
Training session that provides staff with an understanding of gambling-related harm and how to ensure a safer gambling environment for customers.
Duration: 4 hours
Delegates: 5-15 people depending on location
Location: Online or face to face
What does the training cover?
This short course provides an understanding of harmful gambling and gambling-related harm, including signs, symptoms and the impacts of harmful gambling on an individual’s life and those around them. Those who attend will:
- start to understand the psychology of gambling, why people gamble and what happens to the brain when we gamble
- understand the difference between gambling and harmful gambling, indicators of harm, and how to signpost to appropriate services.
Training is designed to be highly engaging for delegates. It is uniquely informed by up-to-date insights from our clinical team, the National Gambling Helpline and people with lived experience. We provide all training materials. Each participant is awarded a GamCare Certificate of Attendance.
Who should attend?
This course is for those working in front line roles where they may encounter those affected by gambling-related harm, and who wish to gain a better understanding of the issue.
Why choose our training?
Impact of training
GamCare conducts a pre-training assessment and asks participants to complete a feedback form following the session. All evaluations are kept on record and communicated to your business following the session. We also offer more formal training evaluation at an additional charge.
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Open training options available
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