Druglink article 1994 – Buying quality drug training by Mike Blank, Jane Ward, Dave Hicks and Lynn Milburn

Before purchasing training on drugs, agencies should seek evidence of quality from the provider covering how they prepare for the training, how it is run, and their follow up/evaluation procedures. Prospective purchasers also need to ask themselves a series of questions clarifying whether they need this training and what changes they expect it to achieve. To maximise the benefits, purchasing agencies should also arrange for the trainee to be able to put their learning into practice and share it with other staff.

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