Drugs Training, Consultancy and Clinical Management for Professionals


Pulse Addictions is a leading provider of evidence-based drugs training, consultancy and clinical management services in substance misuse. Our drugs training services are delivered by expert practitioners and tailored to each organisation’s needs.  We map our courses closely to National Standards; DANOS; Skills for Health. By conforming to good clinical governance and best practice, we enable you to develop the skills and knowledge necessary to deliver safe and effective drugs and substance misuse services.

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Reasons to Pulse

  • Experienced Practitioners

    With the depth of knowledge, expertise and qualifications Pulse is able to provide all aspects of training, consultancy and clinical management including highly specialist fields.  You can be assured that the service you receive is evidence-based, conforms with good clinical governance and delivered by expert practitioners.

  • Personal Tailored Training

    We tailor every course to your organisation, your workforce and your clientele ’s needs ensuring learning objectives of all courses meet your requirements. We can even design complete custom courses with our Bespoke Design Service.

  • Quality Focussed Service

    In everything we do at Pulse, we aim to provide the very highest quality in design and delivery which enables you to deliver excellence in service provision.  We believe you as workers and your clients deserve high quality and we strive to lead the way in all that we do.

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“The training delivered was of the highest standard and specific to our roles.  This was the second course of training delivered by Pulse Addictions that I have attended and it certainly didn’t disappoint.  We were able  to communicate our needs and tailor the training accordingly.  Nothing was too much trouble.  The training has allowed us to fulfil our roles to the highest standard and with confidence.   I look forward to the next one!”

Kate Pronger, RMN
  • Partnerships in Care
  • Gladstones Clinic
  • Brynawel Rehab
  • GDAS
  • Cam Taf University Health Board