The Purpose and Aims
The training is designed to provide individuals and organisations with essential skills and resources required to identify and respond to a person at risk of suicide
- Recognise the warning signs of suicide
- Intervene before the potential crisis occurs
- Support the person at risk to access appropriate services
1 day course
CORES 1 day training course provides participants with an introduction to the topic of suicide including community attitudes and facts. Suicidal thoughts and behaviours are explored through the use of simple models, discussion and setting the scene.
Strategies for understanding and assisting a person considering suicide are practised, with a focus on utilising existing community resources.
This training may be accessed by groups, individuals or organisations.
The program provides individuals with a pathway to involvement in suicide prevention and skills them in being able to take this to the wider community.
The one day course is $90 per person for community based training and $120 per person for corporate training plus travel and accommodation costs outside of Tasmania.
This option allows a community/organisation to provide the 8 hour course to participants with a minimum of 10 people and maximum of 25 people per session.
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Download our Corporate Focused Information Sheet
LGBTIQ Professional Development
This Professional Development will focus on the experiences of LGBTIQ people in regional and rural Australia, the three critical points of an LGBTIQ person's mental health journey and practical strategies to improve everyday practice to work effectively in an effort to reduce suicide. The workshop will include a screening of iNTERSExION to help participants to understand more about Intersex people and also people living outside binary genders.
Download our 2 Hour Training Information for health professionals PDF
Download our full day training information for health professionals PDF