This is a self-paced online course consisting of three sections plus an introductory module. The course does NOT need to be completed in one sitting and should take you three to four hours.
Launch SBIRT for Adolescents
The Course Content
The purpose of this course is to enhance knowledge of Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) that is necessary so practitioners have the skills to identify and address the needs of young individuals who are using alcohol or other drugs in a risky manner. At completion, you will have learned how to use the evidence-based practice of SBIRT for adolescent populations.
Included are eight content videos that range from 12-17 minutes in length, totaling approximately two and a half hours of video. Each video is followed by a short quiz with a total of 15 questions. The course takes about 3-4 hours to complete.
Questions and Answers
Who can take this course?
Anyone! It’s free and open to the public.
Can I get Continuing Education Credits?
Yes! We offer the following CEU credits.
- NAADAC – 3 CEUs approved
- Social Work – 3 CEUs approved
- PA CADC – 3 CEUs approved
To cover costs associated with offering CEUs, IRETA charges a fee $10 for CEUs. Certificates of attendance are free.
Questions about the course?
Contact our Help Desk.
Looking for more information on adolescent substance use?
View previously recorded webinars by adolescent experts in our Webinar Library.
Use the SBIRT for Youth toolkit
Start or continue SBIRT for Adolescents