ICCE EDUCATION PROVIDERS
The appointment of ICCE Education Providers is to ensure that:
- the training and education meets current and evidence-based standards
- trainings are offered to those with the requisite skills and training to train others
- the resources and materials used to develop trainings are based on current and evidence-
based materials of the UNODC International Standards.
WHO CAN BE AN ICCE EDUCATION PROVIDER?
- Training organisations
- Organisations working in the field of drug demand reduction that conduct training events
- Individual trainers
The training content / course offered by a potential Education Provider must be relevant to the work of addiction professionals. Potential providers are required to demonstrate this by the description of the course, goals and objectives, and the outline of the content, how the course relates to the Universal Prevention Curriculum for Substance Use (UPC), Universal Treatment Curriculum for Substance Use Disorders (UTC), Recovery Coach (RC), Community Outreach and Guiding Recovery of Women (GROW).
BENEFITS OF BEING AN ICCE EDUCATION PROVIDER
Additional benefits include:
- A listing in the ICCE Directory of Approved Education Providers which is published online
- Co-host cost-sharing initiatives in collaboration with ICCE
- Ability to post your events in the ICCE Chronicle
- Use of the “Colombo Plan ICCE Education Provider” logo on your website and in your publications