Nationally Recognised Education
Since 2000, ReGen Education and Training has been certified as a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) by the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA). ReGen is a key provider of competency based education and training on Alcohol and Other Drugs (AOD) to the Community Services Sectors. (RTO Registration Number: 20956.)
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ReGen Education and Training
2017 Competency Based Training Calendar
Alcohol & Other Drug Competency Based Units
This unit provides workers with the skills and knowledge required to establish and work within the current context, philosophy and values of the alcohol and other drugs sector.
The unit provides workers with the skills and knowledge required to respond to the immediate and ongoing needs of people who are intoxicated by alcohol and other drugs, with a focus on harm minimisation.
This unit provides workers with the skills and knowledge required to prepare for and conduct an assessments of alcohol and other drugs (AOD) clients to determine eligibility, service requirements and referral needs. This includes knowledge of factors affective assessments for a range of different client group’s equivalent.
This unit provides workers with the skills and knowledge required to provide support and assistance to people going through the process of withdrawing from alcohol and other drugs.
This unit describes the skills and knowledge required to confirm, conduct and monitor intervention strategies to address alcohol and other drug issues.
The unit provides workers with skills and knowledge required to develop strategies and to prevent and manage relapse.
This unit provides workers with the skills and knowledge required to work collaboratively with clients to establish treatment goals, and to develop and evaluate individual treatment plans to meet those goals.
ReGen RTO is offering free consumer training as part of the Pathways Project. The Pathways Project is a supportive training program for people who have used ReGen services. The training includes competency based training in Alcohol and Other Drugs (AOD) and First Aid, as well as non-competency training in Mental Health First Aid, Working with Groups, Assertive and Appropriate Communication, Public Speaking, Resume and Cover Letter Preparation, and Child Safety. The Pathways project is ideal for people who are:
- Currently working or wish to work in consumer representation and participation roles;
- Might like to study and work in the Alcohol and Other Drug Sector;
- Interested in further study and it has been a long time since they last studied within an education environment.
For more information about the project, including further information about the courses offered, download the Pathways Project Overview leaflet as a PDF.
o Download the promotional flyer to find out more about attending training
o Attend an information session Wednesday 12 April at 4pm at our Coburg site
o Call Jackie (Pathways Project Coordinator) on 9384 8834 (Monday to Wednesday)
Trainers and Assessors
ReGen Education and Training is committed to providing services of a high educational standard. Our trainers/assessors come from education and practice based backgrounds, and bring to the training many years experience in their respective fields.
We have adopted a partnership approach to learning through out our programs with the role of the trainer/assessor being one of facilitator and resource person for participants. In addition the assessor/trainer is also to role model a range of values, attitudes and behaviours which are appropriate for the sector.
View the staff profiles page for more information on our trainers.
ReGen understands that adult learners learn in different ways. In recognition of this, ReGen incorporates a range of learning strategies and methodology that actively engage the participant in the process of learning.
ReGen provides training in a practical and workplace relevant manner.
All of ReGen's education materials are developed to meet the requirements of accredited training. Therefore the materials also include an assessment strategy, which is able to confirm participants' achievement of competency.
ReGen acknowledges that learners may possess skills, knowledge and abilities that have been gained from work, life and education experiences. In recognition of this ReGen supports the process of recognising participants past experience through Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL), Direct Credit Transfer and Recognition of AQF qualifications issued by other Registered Training Organisations (RTOs)