|2nd December 2020||SFA: Understanding Suicide Intervention||Virtual||In-house||Course Full|
We have been working in the UK to build suicide-safer communities for many years and in recognition of the lack of dedicated resources to suicide prevention training programmes, we created a formal international initiative, on a not-for-proﬁt basis.
The National Centre for Suicide Prevention Education & Training UK CIC is proud to have forged and developed lasting collaborative relationships with many of the UK’s leading suicide prevention specialists, all sharing the common beliefs, values.
http://SFA: Suicide First Aid through Understanding Suicide Intervention delivered over two half days 30 Sept & 1 Oct 9:00 – 13:00 Suicide is one of the most preventable deaths. If we all knew how to respond, at the point a person asks for help, we believe most suicides, could be prevented
“Firstly, a big thank you for last week, I have had amazing feedback and many colleagues have said that it was the most informative course they have ever been on. Amazing”.
‘The National Centre for Suicide Prevention Education & Training CIC’ is a not-for-proﬁt social enterprise, founded in 2011, and supported by a consultancy of experienced international specialists in the ﬁeld of suicide prevention.
Dedicated to Positive Mental Health and Excellence in Suicide Prevention Education
We commission a network of highly skilled consultants from a variety of professional backgrounds: the voluntary, private and statutory sectors, specifically primary care, criminal justice, youth work, housing, education, nursing and mental health services
Our Programme Developers, are amongst of the most experienced suicide prevention educators, in the world, all proven specialists in their chosen fields.
Associate Tutor Training Development Programme 2020 – assured by City & Guilds Institute delivered by virtual platform ZOOM
21 – 24 September – Cardiff FULL
SFA: Suicide First Aid through Understanding Suicide Intervention delivered over two half days!
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