Alcohol & Other Drugs
WA SCHOOL SEMINARS
Encounter Youth is passionate about equipping young people to celebrate positively and safely. Our alcohol & other drug education program delivers school seminar packages for schools and community groups across Australia.
Below you’ll find the seminars designed for Western Australia schools.
Western Australia School Seminars
Our Encounter Youth Education™ seminar package is designed to complement the implementation of the Australian Curriculum and accounts for different young people’s stages of development. We are committed to supporting and enhancing your school’s existing alcohol and other drug education and pastoral care programs.
Our school seminar package is fee-for-service and consists of several seminars for year levels 10-12, parents and teachers. Our program is designed to strengthen students’ knowledge each successive year and build an effective relationship with students, parents and staff. This holistic approach maximises the effectiveness and value of our program.
Encounter Youth Education™ is committed to best-practice alcohol & other drug education. As part of this commitment, we do not present one-off seminars to students. We support a whole-of-school approach and involve students, parents and teachers in our program. This helps the whole school community to be on the same page and have a common language to facilitate conversations about alcohol & other drugs.
Our seminar package may be tailored to suit the needs of the young people, parents and staff at your school. Contact us today to discuss how we can best support your community!
Great presenter, knowledgeable, relevant and non-judgemental, easy to approach and always delivers content in an engaging way, our students have really responded well … and they can be a tough crowd!”
Teacher, Moonta Area School
Brilliant session and a fantastic and engaging presenter. Staff hated staying back for PD but left thanking us for organising it!!”
Teacher, St Patrick’s Technical College
The presenter covered the content in great detail yet allowed for much student input.”
Teacher, St Ignatius College
What We Cover in our WA School Seminars
Toggle the green buttons below to see what we cover in our WA school seminars for Years 10-12, parents and teachers.
Senior School Program
Who’s Calling Your Shots?
The stats, the facts, the risks. This seminar provides the opportunity for young people to consider their own beliefs around drinking and compare these to young people Australia-wide.
Trends in illicit drug use
Realities of alcohol use
Alert Not Alarmed
With a focus on safety when celebrating, this seminar looks at what makes someone more vulnerable and what responsibilities one can take charge of to keep themselves and their mates safe.
Alcohol & driving
As Year 12s approach adulthood, we continue to encourage them to make great choices and look after themselves and their mates. This seminar discusses the transition to adulthood and all the new responsibilities that entails.
Transitions to adulthood
Alcohol and the law
A Parent’s Guide to Young People, Alcohol & Parties
We encourage parents, grandparents and guardians with evidence-based strategies for talking to their young person about alcohol, protecting their home during a party, legal considerations and being a positive influence.
Safety tips to protect a person’s home
How to host a party and the law
How to talk to a young person about alcohol
Alcohol & Other Drugs: A Guide for Teaching Staff
This seminar informs teaching staff of the evidence base for many common approaches to drug education. Teachers are equipped with the latest research, trends and resources to support students in their community.
Brain development & risk-taking behaviours
Approaches to alcohol & other erug education
Harm-minimisation approach to alcohol & other erug education
Reliable sources of alcohol & other drug information for teachers
This seminar contributes to AITSL teaching standards 2.1, 6.2 & 7.4
Find out More Today!
We’re passionate about the school seminars we offer and we witness the value added to young people’s lives week in and week out. It will be a pleasure to work with you and your school.
If you’d like to know more, we’d love to hear from you. You can drop us a line via our contact form.
Alternatively, give us a call directly on
(08) 8179 0300