Gain the tools to confidently discuss substance use, mental health, and pain management with your team! Designed specifically to equip and inform construction supervisors regarding the complex issues surrounding substance use and toxic drug poisoning in the construction industry. Walk away with the confidence to recognize, support, and refer crew members in need.
Supervisor Training is recommended for those in front-line supervisory or engagement positions such as forepersons, superintendents, project managers, and first aid attendants. However, the learning outcomes of the course are applicable to many roles. If you work in a construction leadership position, or are on a leadership development path, this course is for you.
*Please note: Course registration fees are currently waived, with costs funded in partnership with the BC Ministry of Mental Health & Addictions, Canadian Mental Health Association (BC Division), and the Community Action Initiative.
What will you learn?
Course content includes:
Course Requirements (Technology & Participation)
In order to attend, you’ll must make sure you have the following:
We recommend that organisations who register staff for this training first schedule a Toolbox Talk for their team. Our Toolbox Talks are a helpful introductory conversation about the complex issues surrounding substance use within our industry. Not required but recommended.
Course Credits Information
Approved Licensed Residential CPD Points are accurate as of January 2022. Please refer to the BC Housing website for the most current information about approved courses and credits. https://www.bchousing.org/licensing-consumer-services/builder-licensing/CPD