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JL Training Journeys

JL Training journeys was started in September 2020 by Jos Luteijn . JL Training journeys focusses on training and coaching of organisations that work with people who use drugs. That means both PWID and PWUD will be the focus of the training company.

 

The name training journeys comes from the vision of the company. When training, trainees are taken on  a journey. Throughout that journey, they will be taken to another world, hear other ideas and different theories, learn from others experiences, meet new people and learn about themselves. It’s a journey we go on together to learn more about harm reduction. When travelling together, all opinions matter and a consensus must be found. When training we look at the general consensus of the group and start the journey from there. This way everybody joins and there is always progress.

JL Training journeys was started in September 2020 by Jos Luteijn. JL Training Journeys focuses on training and coaching of people who or organizations that are in contact or work with people who use drugs.

That means both people who inject drugs (PWID) and people who use drugs (PWUD) will be the focus of the training company.

It’s a journey we go on together to learn more about drug use and harm reduction.

The name, ‘Training Journeys’ comes from the vision of the company. When training, trainees are taken on a journey. Throughout that journey, they will be taken to another world, hear other ideas and different theories, learn from others’ experiences, meet new people and learn about themselves. It’s a journey we go on together to learn more about harm reduction.

When travelling together, all opinions matter and a consensus must be found. When training, we look at the general consensus of the group and start the journey from there. This way everybody joins and there is always progress.

JL Training journeys was started in September 2020 by Jos Luteijn. JL Training Journeys focuses on training and coaching of people who or organizations that are in contact or work with people who use drugs.

That means both people who inject drugs (PWID) and people who use drugs (PWUD) will be the focus of the training company.

It’s a journey we go on together to learn more about drug use and harm reduction.

The name, ‘Training Journeys’ comes from the vision of the company. When training, trainees are taken on a journey. Throughout that journey, they will be taken to another world, hear other ideas and different theories, learn from others’ experiences, meet new people and learn about themselves. It’s a journey we go on together to learn more about harm reduction.

When travelling together, all opinions matter and a consensus must be found. When training, we look at the general consensus of the group and start the journey from there. This way everybody joins and there is always progress.

 
 
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Jos Luteijn

Jos is an experienced international trainer in the field of social work. With a background working in psychiatric institutions, prisons and as an international trainer on harm reduction, he has learnt to work under challenging circumstances. After working with the Dutch police for the last two years, he recently moved to Cape Town, South Africa.

Meet Jos!

 

Jos is an experienced international trainer in the field of social work. With a background working in psychiatric institutions, prisons and as an international trainer on harm reduction, he has learnt to work under challenging circumstances. After working with the Dutch police for the last two years, he recently moved to South Africa, Cape town.

Testimonials

" The training was extremely relevant, informative and useful to my team who are faced with increasing numbers of clients living on the street who are using substances.

Really appreciated the relaxed manner of trainer who was able to successfully encourage group participation. He is also extremely knowledgeable on the subject and was able to import relevant skills when considering harm reduction " 

- Pat Eddy -

 
 
 

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