Level 2 Ofqual Award – ‘Tackling Gambling-Related Harms'
The ‘Bet You Can Help’ (BYCH) training programme helps support individuals affected by, or at risk, of being affected by gambling-related harm. The course provides candidates with an understanding of the nature, concepts and impacts of harmful gambling and gambling-related harm. It enables them to identify and to signpost affected individuals to sources of reliable information, advice, guidance and support through services delivered via the National Gambling Treatment Service.
Who is this course for?
The ‘Bet You Can Help’ Programme uses a First Aid approach to addressing and supporting those experiencing gambling-related harms. This 6-hour training programme is relevant for anyone working with individuals affected by harmful gambling and gambling-related harms, or those employed in health social care, education, criminal justice, housing, youth work and anyone working in a helping role, for example workforce well-being and union representatives.
Level 2 Award in Tackling Gambling-Related Harms launch webinar
Gambling in the Asian Community – ‘Breaking the Sharam with Gambling Harm’
Working in partnership with Addiction Recovery Agency (ARA) our work with culturally and linguistically diverse communities continues to develop. The ‘Breaking the Sharam’ Project seeks to engage with and support the most vulnerable members of our communities in addressing gambling related harms.
Nathan Quarless– knocking out the harm in harmful gambling
Gambling can hurt your family… Not just your pocket!
The Workplace Charter Programme
Is a collaboration between Unite the Union, the Beacon Counselling Trust and ARA, that provides a framework for action to help employers and trade unions build good practise in health and work-related activities, with the specific target of reducing gambling related harms within the workplace.
Through adopting a minimum set of standards, the Charter provides practical, evidence-based ways in which employers and trade unions can support and promote the health and wellbeing of their workers experiencing (or at risk of experiencing) gambling related harms.
To view the Interim Report, please click the Download button.