Waypoint has a proven track record for high quality vocational training that promotes excellence in working with a range of vulnerable groups, including drug and alcohol users. We offer training because it helps to further our aim of improving the well-being of these groups and to promote excellence in drug and alcohol work.
Our approach to training is participative and builds on learners' understanding and skills. We are committed to promoting equality, diversity and rights in all our work. Our professionally qualified and experienced trainers have backgrounds in the social care sector, including drugs and alcohol work, counselling, nursing, housing services and criminal justice. Our commitment to continuous improvement drives us to learn from the diverse range of organisations we work with. We always share this good practice in our training for the benefit of our customers and their service users.
Waypoint is managed by Jan Mayor who has delivered much of this drug and alcohol training in Dudley in the last two years.
Switch are the specialist drug and alcohol service for young people in Dudley - this makes them perfectly placed to ensure the training is locally specific.