Paul Dillon has been working in the area of drug education for the past 25 years. Through his own business, Drug and Alcohol Research and Training Australia (DARTA) he has been contracted by many organisations and give regular updates on current drug trends.
He has previously worked with Scotch Oakburn and many school communities to ensure that they have access to good quality information and best practice drug education.
His book ‘Teenagers, Alcohol and Drugs’ was released nationally in February 2009. With a broad knowledge of a range of content areas, Paul regularly appears in the media and is regarded as a key social commentator, with interviews on television programs such as Sunrise, TODAY and The Project.
Recommended for parents and carers of Year 10-12 students.
This is a free event; however, an RSVP would be appreciated.
Should you have any questions please contact Kylie Wolstencroft on email@example.com or 6336 3300.
GOAL: Community Education and Support
Scotch Oakburn College is committed to growing community support and engagement through information sharing on specific matter relevant to them, our students, and the greater community. To ensure an inter-connectedness and support for each other, the College will embark on a community education and support program that will extend opportunities for the community to learn and grow. Opportunities are aligned to the College’s Mission, Vision and Values.
This program also encapsulates the Learning and Wellbeing Strands of SOC2035