This new programme which is being lunched in Q4 2020 is structured around raising awareness of gambling and gaming-related harm among Health Care professionals. We will do this by facilitating blended and self-taught learning modules to increase the knowledge of potential harms and where to signpost young and vulnerable people / clients. This project is being delivered in a unique collaboration between Bournemouth University, YGAM, Betknowmore UK and the Responsible Gambling Council based in Canada.
Launching in Q4 2020 and in a unique collaboration between YGAM, Betknowmore UK and the Responsible Gambling Council based in Canada, we will launch digital self-taught and blended training to complement our face-to-face training for colleagues working in customer-facing roles in the gambling sector. Building upon our track record, our training is externally evaluated, evidence-led and co-created with industry colleagues, City & Guilds, academics, and customers with Lived Experience (both regular customers and those who have experienced gambling-related harm).
The demand for our workshops, resources and work with universities is increasing. Our ambitious three year strategy sets out how we plan to extend our reach and ensure that all young and vulnerable people are safe from gaming and gambling related harm. See who we’re already working with and how you can support our goals, either through funding, donations, partnerships or corporate training.Find Out More
People are at the core of delivering the YGAM programme and we have a range of ways that you can work with us. From part-time student positions, full-time support and delivery roles to various volunteering opportunities.
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