We’re looking for the views and opinions of former AWTP Trainees!

Scottish Drugs Forum are looking to speak to previous trainees of the Addiction Worker Training Project (AWTP) to find out their opinions of the project.

The internal and confidential survey is part of a larger evaluation which is being conducted by the National Quality Development team.

The evaluation will involve any stakeholders including current trainees, graduates, placement providers, AWTP staff, tutors and employers.

How you can help

If you are a previous trainee, we would like to hear from you. You will be invited to give your opinions, using a brief questionnaire, which takes about 10 minutes to complete.

If you would prefer to meet with us in person or talk to us by phone, please get in touch – we will send you the survey link to complete online at a time that suits you or arrange a meeting which should take around an hour. This will be an informal meeting with our National Quality Development staff to hear about your experiences of the AWTP programme, we shall not take any personal or identifying details, so you can talk to us in confidence.

Please contact either:

Susan Weir / 0141 221 1175 / susanw@sdf.org.uk


Joan Currie / 0141 221 1175 / JoanC@sdf.org.uk

Your opinions will inform the future direction of the AWTP programme.

General Data Protection Regulation Statement

The information collected by this survey will be used by Scottish Drugs Forum. All responses will be anonymous and will not contain any personal identifying information.

We will not ask you for any personal details, no individuals who take part in the exercise can be identified.

The work that we are doing is confidential, as we do not seek personal information or identify any individuals. We comply with the General Data Protection Regulations 2018 in order to keep personal data safe. We would only ever pass on specific information about a person if there is a risk of harm to someone.

We hope you will consider taking part and look forward to seeing you.


If you would like more information, you can contact us:

National Quality Development Team, 0141 221 1175



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