Club Soda understands the unique challenges of changing your drinking when you work professionally with alcohol. So we offer a unique approach for people in the industry who want to change their drinking habits, with free courses fully funded by the Drinks Trust Wellness Services. Whether you want to cut down, take a break or simply find some boundaries between professional and personal drinking, we can help.
If you are based in the UK, and work or have worked in the drinks industry, your Club Soda course can be fully funded by the Drinks Trust. To apply:
Based on behaviour change science, Club Soda’s courses provide the information, tools and support to help you change your drinking, your way. And thanks to our partnership with The Drinks Trust, if you work in the drinks industry in the UK, your course is completely FREE. Choose from:
Each of our courses has 31 lessons you can take at your own pace, plus downloadable booklets, bonus videos, regular check-ins, self-guided reviews and real-world experiments. So your course is packed with the information, tools and support you need to help you change your drinking, your way.
Beyond our courses, Club Soda is a community too. So we will introduce you to others in the industry and beyond who’ve become mindful drinkers. Becoming a mindful drinker could be the key to thriving in your job, and building a sustainable and productive career in the drinks industry. And we’ll give you all the inspiration and support you need.
Club Soda is proud to be collaborating with the Drinks Trust. With the support of industry donors and fundraising efforts within its community, the Drinks Trust supports thousands of people in the drinks industry who are facing difficulties. In 2020 they launched their Wellness Services. The Wellness Services include health and wellbeing guidance, help with sleep and insomnia, access to talking therapies, a helpline – and support for people who want to become mindful drinkers.
Anyone in the UK who works or has worked in the drinks industry is eligible for support from the Drinks Trust. Previous beneficiaries have included bartenders, bar supervisors, mixologists, pub managers, restaurant managers, cellar managers, sommeliers, brewers, winemakers, drinks writers, drinks business owners, warehouse staff, sales representatives, sales managers, operational managers and more.