CAMH offers various types of training for professionals, including classroom and online courses for clinicians workshops, webinars, international health programs and internships. We also produce elementary and secondary school curriculum materials which are used throughout Ontario.
The Training Enhancement in Applied Cessation Counselling and Health (TEACH) Project is designed to ensure that individuals in the public, private and non-profit sectors who provide counselling services to francophone tobacco users obtain knowledge and skill in the delivery of intensive cessation interventions. Since Francophones experience higher smoking rates than the general population they require a targeted approach.
The project aims to reduce the incidence of tobacco use among Francophones by improving screening and treatment options. The TEACH project offers an accessible and relevant training program to a wide range of health care professionals.
This general interest brochure (PDF) provides an overview of the program.
TEACH courses run each year in English and French. This link provides details for the current year.
This online course provides students with a practical understanding of gambling and problem gambling.