Suicide Prevention and Intervention training workshops teach participants skills to recognise the signs when people are at risk for suicide, and how to respond effectively to someone who may be thinking about suicide.
SAFEtalk training teaches skills of alertness to suicide messages, and responding in a helpful way to someone who may be at risk of suicide. The aim of the training is for communities to become more alert to the signs that someone may be thinking of sucide, and to be able to respond at an early stage in order to seek appropriate help. This 3-hour workshop can be offered on site to companies and organisations who wish to empower their employees in order to identify and respond to the signs of suicide in their family, friends and co-workers.
The Suicide Assessment and Intervention Course is based on the Chronological Assessment of Suicide Events (CASE) model developed by Dr. Shea, and teaches participants very practical interviewing skills designed to identify thoughts of suicide and respond effectively when people are at risk of suicide. This 2-day training course is designed for helping professionals and application is made for CPD (Continuing Professional Development) credits with professional councils (SACSSP and HPCSA).