STOP Suicide Workshop

Suicidal thoughts are more common than you might think – one in five people in the UK will experience suicidal thoughts in their lifetime.

This workshop will equip you with the knowledge to spot warning signs, ask directly about suicide, support someone to stay safe and look after your own wellbeing.

Duration

3 hours

Cost

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Participants

For all

Format

Online; In person

What you will learn

This workshop will equip you with the knowledge to spot warning signs and ask someone directly about suicide. You will learn how to support someone to stay safe and improve your awareness of local support which is available.

You will also increase your understanding of how to look after your own wellbeing, particularly when supporting others.

Who the course is for

Suicidal thoughts are more common than you might think – one in five people in the UK will experience suicidal thoughts in their lifetime.

This workshop would benefit anyone in our community, including line managers, HR professionals and those working with vulnerable people.

By the end of the course you’ll be able to

  • Identify a person at risk of suicide
  • Talk openly about suicide
  • Help a person at risk to stay safe
  • Look after your own wellbeing

Register your interest for the training course

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Consent*
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What you will learn

This workshop will equip you with the knowledge to spot warning signs and ask someone directly about suicide. You will learn how to support someone to stay safe and improve your awareness of local support which is available.

You will also increase your understanding of how to look after your own wellbeing, particularly when supporting others.

Who the course is for

Suicidal thoughts are more common than you might think – one in five people in the UK will experience suicidal thoughts in their lifetime.

This workshop would benefit anyone in our community, including line managers, HR professionals and those working with vulnerable people.

By the end of the course you’ll be able to

  • Identify a person at risk of suicide
  • Talk openly about suicide
  • Help a person at risk to stay safe
  • Look after your own wellbeing

Register your interest for the training course

All fields with an asterisk (*) are required

Consent*
This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

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