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Housekeeping • • • Fire alarm/evacuation Mobile phones Lunch/breaks Register Feedback
Introductions • • Trainer’s Profiles Icebreaker Group Rules Personal Objective
Purpose of training: • • effects of alcohol the law in relation to alcohol attitudes and values towards strategies to support young people
Definition of Alcohol What do you think alcohol is? • Discuss in pairs for 10 minutes • Used in drugs, cleaning solutions, explosives • Glucose + yeast = alcohol + carbon dioxide.
Units of Alcohol Group exercise – 20 minutes • A single measure of spirits • A standard glass of wine - not the larger glasses • A half pint of ordinary strength beer (e. g. 3 – 5% abv) • A third of a pint of medium to strong strength beer (e. g. 5%+)
Alcohol & The Law • Binge Drinking - a new British disease? • First licensing act passed 1522 • Pub Quiz – in groups 15 minutes
Alcohol & The Law • Licensing Act 2003 • • Prevention of crime & disorder; Public safety; Prevention of public nuisance; Protection of children from harm
Under Age Drinking Is it legal/illegal to: • Sell alcohol to anyone under 18 • Buy alcohol for someone under 18 • Buy alcohol if you are under 18 • Sell alcohol when you are under 1
Drinking in Public Is it legal/illegal to: • Drink in public? • To refuse to hand over alcohol to a police officer? • Be drunk and disorderly in a public place?
Drink Driving • What’s the drink drive limit? • More than 80 milligrams of alcohol in 100 millilitres of blood • 35 micro-grammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath • Can you refuse to give a sample?
Effects of Alcohol • Group Exercise 30 minutes • Draw around a body • Long/short term effects?
Effects of Alcohol • • • Thinking Speech Movement Hearing Visual Breathing
Effects of Alcohol • • • Cancer - especially breast cancer Memory loss/brain damage/dementia Heart disease/stroke Liver disease Stomach damage Alcohol poisoning
Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) • • • Gender Weight Body composition Speed of drinking Women tend to have slightly higher BAC than men
Alcohol (Mis)use • Hazardous • Harmful • Dependent
Alcohol (Mis)use Discuss in groups 30 minutes • Hazardous case study • Harmful case study • Dependent case study
Screening Tool Alcohol Use Disorders Identification Test (AUDIT) • Developed by the World Health Organisation (WHO) • Be aware of route of use
Why young people drink? Group exercise 10 minutes Drinkaware surveys • 29% cited boredom • 36% cited peer pressure Smoking, drinking and drug use among young people in England in 2010 • Equal proportion boys and girls drinking
Why Young People Drink? • Young people speak for themselves – You Tube (parental influence) • Up to 2. 6 million children living with parents drinking hazardously • 705, 000 living with dependent drinkers • 3. 3/3. 5 m (30% of under 16 s) living with at least one binge drinking parent.
Exploring Attitudes/values 1. People drink alcohol because they enjoy it 2. Alcoholics cannot control their drinking 3. Giving children alcohol during a family meals or celebrations 4. We need to protect people from the dangers of alcohol 5. Driving is ok after three alcoholic drinks 6. It’s ok to give a baby a drop of alcohol on their dummy when they are teething
Harm Reduction Govt recommended allowance – no scientific basis Ten Top Tips: • At least 2 days/week without alcohol • Know what unit is and how many you drink • Decide how much you’re going to drink - practice sticking to that target • Eat before you go out • Soft drink ‘spacers’ • Take less money with you - leave debit/credit cards at home • Change from a strong drink to a weaker one • Avoid top ups - keep track of your unit intake • Avoid buying in rounds - encourage you to drink more • Alternate drinks with water - to stay hydrated
Media, Young People & Alcohol • What messages do these adverts give us? • What are they not telling us?
• Questions? • Alcohol Universal 2 CK 013