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Training courses in association with the Museum of Drugs.

An Accredited Trainer for Alcohol Concern and the University of East Anglia’s (UEA) Schools of Social Work and Lifelong Learning, Simone has a Post Graduate Certificate in Education (PGCE) and is a qualified Teacher with Qualified Teacher Status (QTS).
    

Simone worked at NORCAS for nearly 10 years as a Substance Misuse Trainer and Consultant, building up a good reputation for her ability to tailor courses to the needs of different groups. Her knowledge of substance misuse and the best ways of working with the client group came not only from her own CPD and research but learning from delegates themselves and through the work shadowing of colleagues.
Simone designs and delivers bespoke and off the shelf courses, constantly evaluating and revising these courses to provide her clients with the best drug/alcohol training package for them.

Simone is accredited by NOCN to provide teaching and assessment of QCF courses and was fundamental in the process of NORCAS becoming an accrediting body in its own right.

Simone also has experience of training service users in a variety of topics including a Level 2 NVQ qualification in Befriending and a Level 1 NOCN course in Alcohol Awareness to prisoners. She also wrote the training package for the Level 3 Award in Tackling Substance Misuse for NORCAS and was the main assessor for this qualification.

Drug/Alcohol Training in Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridgeshire

Simone Black offers flexible, relevant and highly rated courses on drug and alcohol issues as well as various types of consultancy.

Contact Simone Black Drug/Alcohol Training

Contacting Simone couldn't be easier, contact her as per below:

By phone: Call us on 01603 813919

By email: simone@valuestrainingservices.com

By post: Rowan House 28 Queens Road Hethersett Norwich NR9 3DB

To visit Simone's website www.simoneblack.co.uk click here

The association between the Museum of Drugs and Simone Black provides a unique historical perspective to drugs training.