A 1-Day Introductory Workshop on Anti-Drug Work will be organized by CUHK Department of Social Work and CUHK Nethersole School of Nursing
The workshop aims to provide a structured training for social work and nursing practitioners to meet the soaring needs for anti-drug work, guided by an integrated humanistic and cognitive-behavioral approach. Upon completion of the workshop, participants will be able to gain CNE or CPD points accredited by the Nursing Council or Social Workers Registration Board.
Please grasp this invaluable chance to participate in this workshop. Details of the course are as follows:
Date: 28 June 2014 (Saturday)
Venue: Lecture Theatre 2, G/F, Sino Building, CUHK
Fee: Free of charge
Medium of Instruction: Cantonese (supplemented with English)
Dr. Steven Ngai, Professor, Department of Social Work, CUHK
Dr. Jacky Cheung, Associate Professor, Department of Applied Social Studies, CityU
Dr. Siu-ming To, Assistant Professor, Department of Social Work, CUHK
Mr. Max Szeto, Senior Drug Service Practitioner
Ms. Wendy Hon, Superintendent, Jockey Club Lodge of Rising Sun, Hong Kong Christian Service (HKCS)
Dr. Harris Har, Center-in-charge, PS33 Counseling Service for Psychotropic Substance Abusers, HKCS
(1) Please note that a deposit of $200 is required upon registration. It is because the sponsor, Beat Drugs Fund of the HKSAR Government, requires participants to pay a deposit of $200 which will be refunded to them upon completion of 80% of the workshop. You can send by postal mail a crossed cheque (payable to “The Chinese University of Hong Kong" together with your name and a bank account for deposit refund on the back of the cheque) to Ms. Haicilla Ho, Department of Social Work, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shatin, New Territories, Hong Kong.
(2) A Certificate of Attendance will be given to participants who have attended at least 80% of the introductory workshop.
For more details, please see flyer below:
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Interested parties please register online: http://web.swk.cuhk.