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ALF: Life Skills Training For 5th and 6th year Pupils

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Summary

ALF is a life skills training course targeting young people aged between 11and 13 in school. The main purpose of the programme is to delay the onset of substance use.

Type of intervention:
prevention
Sub-area:
Setting:
Type of approach:
Target group:
children/young people
Age group:
11-12
Annual coverage:
888
Substances addressed:
tobacco, alcohol
Evaluation type:
outcome evaluation, impact evaluation, process evaluation
Country:
Germany
Start date:
01/06/1994
End date:
01/12/1998

Overall objective

To prevent the abuse of legal and illegal psychoactive substances. To delay the onset of substance use among young people is an important objective.

Abstract

"ALF - Allgemeine Lebenskompetenzen und Fertigkeiten " - is a programme consisting of three teacher's manuals for 5th, 6th and 7th grade. Overall 24 teaching units are described in which life skills and substance specific skills (e.g. problem solving, resistance skills) are trained and topics about tobacco and alcohol are discussed.

The PDF contains the full intervention description including additional contact information.

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