ALCOHOL AWARENESS WEEK
Alcohol Awareness Week (11th - 17th November) is organised by Alcohol Change UK, the new charity formed by the merger of Alcohol Research UK and Alcohol Concern.
Alcohol Change UK works for a society that is free from the harm caused by alcohol. Alcohol Change UK is not ‘anti-alcohol’ but promotes ‘alcohol change’.
Alcohol Awareness Week is a chance for the UK to get thinking about drinking. This year the theme is ‘Alcohol and me’.
Link to Alcohol Change UK Webpage:
DIFFERENCE IN TYPES & STRENGTHS OF ALCOHOL
In relation to this initiative ‘Difference in Types & Strengths of Alcohol’ is available for use cross-college and for CPD. The module introduces learners to the following:
Different Types of Alcohol
Alcohol Content in Beer
Alcohol Content in Wines
Alcohol Content in Spirits
The module has ‘OFF-THE-SHELF’ content, and software marks a multiple choice test at the end of the module, thus NO PREPARATION, NO TEACHING AND NO MARKING is required. The module requires 20-25mins to complete. MEASURABLE OUTCOMES mean SMT and Ofsted reports can be generated automatically.
VIEW MODULE ON-LINE
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‘Difference in Types & Strengths of Alcohol’ is the first module of the component AIM L1 Alcohol Awareness, which is generously funded by ESFA.
Differences in Unit Strengths
Health Issues Associated with Alcohol Misuse
Effects of Alcohol Misuse
Agencies Offering Help and Information About Alcohol Misuse
AIM PERSONAL & SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT SKILLS
In turn ‘Alcohol Awareness’ is a component of AIM Personal & Social Development Skills which is generously funded by ESFA.
Components in AIM Personal & Social Development Skills include:
Internet Safety for IT Users
Diversity in Society
If you would like to find out more about how to deliver AIM Diversity in Society and how it is being used in other centres please do not hesitate to contact Simon Hilton on 07711 228069 or at email@example.com.