The ADD-freeTraining project will design and implement innovative training on the prevention of tobacco, alcohol and internet abuse in children/adolescents. The project promotes a family-centered approach to prevention, simultaneously addressing the school and wider social context and promoting healthy interaction within the family, school, peers and society.
It has the following objectives:
- Develop and evaluate an interactive training curriculum reflecting the needs of adult learners, teachers and educators about the prevention of alcohol, smoking and internet addiction.
- Increase adult learners’, teachers’ and educators’ awareness and skills in regards to prevention of alcohol, smoking and internet addiction; emphasize the need for active parental involvement, develop skills in social competence, emphasize school based interventions.
- Enhance partner capabilities to develop and deliver relevant training.
- Increase awareness of communities, organizations, and other stakeholders on the newly produced training.
- Raise awareness about necessary interdisciplinary collaboration.
It is a three-year project (1/9/2019 – 31/8/2022) funded by the ERASMUS+ Programme of the European Union.
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