Suicide First Aid through Understanding Suicide Intervention: evaluation seminar

Join us, to learn and celebrate the impact of our suicide prevention education programme in England & Wales

After 5 years of course development and delivery, our programme is complete and the evidence-base demonstrates significantly increased confidence and positive attitudinal change as two major outcomes for learners. In partnership with City & Guilds of London, this learning sets the Gold Standard of suicide prevention training.

Our programme is accredited, has external quality assurance, is externally moderated, independently evidence-based and developed by the most experienced suicide prevention educators in the UK.

If you feel you want to join us on the journey, we’d love to hear from you.

Wednesday 15th November 2017, Cardiff City Football Club, 11am – 1pm

We will be joined by

  • Karen Smith, Head of Wellbeing , University College London, who will speak about the impact of suicide on the student population and staff, and steps taken to create a suicide-safer help-seeking environment across the university,

and also by

  • Detective Chief Superintendent Paul Hurley, Head of Crime, South Wales Police, who will speak about the Bridgend investigation, the impact of suicide in the community and how suicide education programmes have effected change in professional and lay communities, in addition to the police authority of South Wales.

Understanding Suicide Intervention through Suicide First Aid – accredited by City & Guilds of London. A 6-hour one-day training programme. 

We are holding our programme launch event, with limited places available, on 15th November 2017, at Cardiff City Football Club. Time 11am – 1pm.

Invitations via email expression of interest:

Additional: opportunity to become a licensed tutor to provide the accredited programme in Understanding Suicide Intervention through Suicide First Aid

With your suicide prevention work, do you have:

  • a collective of participants to teach, either organisational workforce or customers from the wider sectors, as part of a Learning & Development function / business?
  • experienced facilitators who are highly competent in mental health care practice?
  • desire to deliver excellence in suicide prevention education, that is sustainable, income-generating and highly rewarding for everyone involved?
  • desire to be part of a national team of trainers delivering the only internationally accredited suicide prevention training programme available?

If you or your organisation want to know more, please contact us to attend the programme launch 15th November 2017, at Cardiff City Football Club. Please note places are limited and free, however there is a £25 fee in the event of non-attendance. 

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