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Te Pou and Matua Raḵi have trained a large number of ADOM trainers and ADOM champions since 2014 using a train-the-trainer approach, leading up to the roll-out of ADOM on 1 July 2015.
Initial ADOM training will now be delivered locally by those trainers and supported by Te Pou through the ADOM reflections e-message group. Te Pou will still run some initial training for ADOM mandated services, as well as offering four ‘train the trainers’ days and four refresher training events annually. Scroll down for details of any upcoming training events.
We are always on hand to answer any questions that your local trainers or champions may not be able to help with. Please contact Mark Smith if you have any questions about eligibility for training, or any other ADOM questions.
National training for people who want to become an Alcohol and Drug Outcome Measure (ADOM) trainer is now available online.
Although it’s delivered virtually, the training will be interactive using a modular training approach. All training modules are free to attend and will be delivered via Zoom.
To become an ADOM trainer, trainees will need to complete both ADOM module 1 and module 2.
Module 1: introduction, ADOM implementation and ADOM Guide
22 September 9.45am to 12noon
Module 2: using ADOM and becoming an ADOM trainer
23 September 10am to 12noon
Register here for ADOM trainer training.