ASIST – Suicide Prevention Training
Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST) trains frontline staff in early intervention. The 14-hour workshop held over two days teaches participants to connect, understand and assist people who may be at risk of suicide.
Saving Lives Through Suicide Prevention Skills: The Two Day ASIST Course is suitable for mental health professionals, nurses, doctors, pharmacists, teachers, counsellors, youth workers, police and prison staff, school support staff, clergy, community volunteers and those training to undertake these roles.
As an ASIST-trained suicide alert first aid intervention Caregiver, you will be better able to:
Identify people who have thoughts of suicide
Understand how your beliefs and attitudes can affect suicide interventions.
Seek and share and understanding of the reasons for thoughts of suicide and the reasons for living.
Review current risk and develop a plan to increase safety from suicidal behaviour for an agreed amount of time.
Follow up on all the safety commitments, accessing further help as needed.
In association with Common Unity Social Enterprise, Forward For Life are offering the LivingWorks Certified 2 Day Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training across England.
Date: 14th – 15th February 2019
Time: 9am – 5pm (Both days mandatory)
Light Refreshments Provided
Lunch is NOT provided for this training
Early Bird Discount (before January 15th 2018): £155
Standard Delegate Rate: £170
Limited to 15 Delegate Places
or Email us or even call us direct on 07585776800 if you wish to discuss any aspect of this training including alternative payment arrangements.
All 2 Day Courses include:
LivingWorks Accredited Certificates
LivingWorks ASIST Workbooks and other ASIST Materials licensed to this course
Other local resources relevant to the participant geographical areas of operation.
Internationally recognised, highly reputed
The intervention is intended to prevent suicidal thoughts becoming suicidal behaviours. ASIST is underpinned by the idea that many people who are thinking about suicide will find some way to signal their intent. The workshops provide training in suicide intervention and are designed to help a person become more ready, willing, and able to help someone who is having thoughts of suicide.
ASIST is intensive, interactive and practice dominated to help caregivers — or any people of trust — recognise risk and learn how to intervene to prevent the immediate risk of suicide.
If you wish to attend one of our ASIST courses then please either go through the EventBrite link or just get in touch with us directly…Either call us on 07585776800 or email us at email@example.com