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12th April 2022

Could it be beneficial for you to know more about problematic gambling harm?  GamCare offer a free 90-minute webinar online, CPD accredited training, funded by the National Gambling Commission, the dates are listed below. You just need to choose a date from below, email and to send a zoom link. 

Here’s the most up to date information on gambling harm:  Currently over 0.5% of our population are considered problem gamblers and 7% of the population of the UK are negatively affected by gambling, which is one in 12 people either directly or indirectly affected by gambling-related harms.

As a quick overview, this free CPD accredited webinar will look at signs of problematic gambling for women predominately, as often women don’t talk about gambling, we discuss those most at risk and affected, how others are affected by problematic gambling by someone else in the home and give you signposting to all our free services. GamCare is the leading charity in the UK helping people with problematic gambling or experiencing gambling harms for over 30 years, best known for the National Gambling Helpline.  We are currently delivering sessions to all UK professionals across all public sector groups and charities.

5th May at 2pm
11th May at 1.30pm        
12th May at 10.30am
16th May at 9.30am      
18th May at 2pm
25th May at 9.30am  
26th May at 9.30am
2nd June at 10am
3rd June at 2pm
7thJune at 2pm
13th June at 10.30am
17th June at 10am
21st June at 1pm
24th June at 10am
30th June at 2pm                              

The zoom webinar is informal and relaxed. GamCARE would also be delighted to attend your networking events or team meetings and deliver a mini session based on your needs if that is easier for you and the team. Colleagues @Lindsey Anne-Taylor/ @rachel bonser and also deliver sessions on young people/adults gaming and gambling as a combined session with dates available.

If you have any questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to give me a call on 07494 118957 or email

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