Frontline Ice Training In Community Managed Mental Health Services

The Frontline Ice Training in community managed mental health services project was funded as part of the Victorian Government’s Ice Action Plan, with the aim of exploring ways to support community managed mental health services with the implementation of the Victorian Government’s online Ice Training Package.

This online training resource is a comprehensive training program designed to assist a broad range of frontline workers to develop their knowledge and confidence in responding effectively to people affected by crystal methamphetamine (ice). You can access the online Ice: Training for Frontline Workers package here.

The VICSERV project focussed on developing and delivering workshops across the state, targeted to MHCSS workforce, with a focus on engaging with the online package, and exploring practical strategies for implementing the package, and building the capability of staff within organisations.

The workshop manual is available here.

In addition to the workshops, the project aimed to create a range of sustainable resources to support organisations in navigating the online package and contextualising the training to meet the specific needs of their workforce. You can access these resources here - Mapping document and Customise training plans.