Please describe the project activities you carried/are carrying out and the time period over which these were implemented.
1) AESLEME trains for several years the monitors who give the workshop "If you control, you come back"
2) Information about the campaign is sent to educational centers.
3) The coordinators of this campaign establish contact, either by phone or email, with the different training centers and set the dates and times of the conferences to be given.
4) The coordinators contact the trainers at the end of each month to assign them the agreed dates for the following month (day, name of the center, address, telephone, timetable, number of students, age, etc.).
5) The "If you control, you come back" workshops last 60-90 minutes and are supported by a powerpoint presentation with images and videos according to the topic and age of the risk group this campaign is focused on.
6) The methodology used is adapted to young people, it is very visual and the fact that the trainer is a person who has suffered an accident gives a lot of credibility to the content of the program.
7) The training, experience of the speakers and the contents of the campaign guarantee the technical quality of the programme, as well as its coherence with the objectives to be achieved.
8) The conference is divided into different parts: Alcohol and its effects, alcohol and traffic, blood alcohol levels, effects on our body, legal aspects, other common drugs, false myths about alcohol, why we drink, persuasion tactics, promotion of the alternative driver who does not drink (Dr. Driver), encourage the figure of the friend who takes the keys from the friend who has been drinking so that he does not drive, etc.
9) In the practical part, several exercises are carried out, the collaboration of students who recognize having exceeded their alcohol consumption is asked, and they are put on glasses that simulate a low and high blood alcohol level. Then he is asked to perform a series of exercises, apparently very simple (putting a pen in a bottle, walking in a straight line, catching a tennis ball thrown by a partner, etc.), but due to the effect of glasses are unable to perform.
10) Afterwards, an open discussion is established with them that serves to clarify doubts and generate debate about the consumption of alcohol and drugs (most of them consume sporadically, in groups and mainly on weekends), myths, peer pressure, the importance of saying "NO".
11) At the end, students are given informative material with the most important information of the conference. In addition, we insist on the need for this information to reach the entire family and, above all, their friends, who are of similar ages, and who have not had the opportunity to receive this conference. In this way we reach a much higher number of people (family unit, friends, boyfriend/girlfriend,...) and thus we manage to extend the campaign through them.
12) AESLEME has adapted the Campaign to the "live online" format in 2020, due to the covid-19 pandemic, so we have been able to continue with it in 2020 and 2021 and it is the educational center that chooses (according to the epidemiological situation and sanitary measures ) if we teach it in person, as always, or "live online".
13) Evaluation of the campaign: An evaluation sheet is passed to the teacher who has been present to evaluate the contents, presentation, trainers and we also pass a pre and post survey to the students, every 3 years to carry out a study afterwards.