|Focus area||Listen, respond, act|
|Who is it for?||Human services professionals|
|Key Outcomes||Respond effectively|
Build your knowledge, over a full day, on how to effectively and confidently reach out to intervene in a suicidal crisis.
Learn about the ‘why’ of suicide by understanding contemporary evidence-based models of suicidality. Based on established core competencies that mental health professionals use to assess and manage suicide risk, this training includes:
- current approaches to suicide prevention
- warning signs
- risk assessment
- management of clients who present with suicidality.
You will find out about effective engagement, how to access useful resources, building resilience, and helping to facilitate protective factors for our communities.
Responding to suicide risk training is suitable for workers in any profession.
|Dates||April 27, 2021|
|Time||9.30am - 4.30pm|
|Cost||Full Fee $185 / Concession $150|