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In 2018, Kris Bobetic joined Drug and Alcohol Research and Training Australia to provide a specific Year 9 workshop which was designed to complement the existing Year 10-12 presentations that founder, Paul Dillon provides.
Kris Bobetic is an experienced health professional, with a background in emergency services, having worked as a Paramedic for 17 years. She is a passionate advocate for health and drug education, and driven to provide intervention through education that young people can relate to.
Her career history as a Paramedic, combined with her extensive background as a Clinical Instructor means she has unique combination of front-line experience and theoretical training. Kris is a strong advocate for the power of education to change outcomes and is committed to delivering best-practice drug education that is accurate, age-appropriate and non-judgmental.
She strongly believes that young people have a role to play in their own wellbeing and collaboration brings about the best outcomes. Kris understands the importance of empowering young people with practical life skills and age appropriate information to help them make safe decisions.
Kris is a naturally warm and engaging presenter who is a born storyteller. After over a decade in her role she has the unique ability to use real life experiences to make strong connections with the audience. She is highly motivated to change the way we approach drug and alcohol education to ensure our youth are empowered to lead the best life possible.