Suicide Intervention Training
We offer a variety of suicide intervention training courses. Suicide is a community issue not a mental health issue, and each community is unique. This means that a one-size-fits-all approach is not effective. We offer industry leading suicide intervention training, including two-day and half-day workshops. We can also tailor our workshops and how we facilitate them to suit community needs.
We believe that we need to have actively engaged the communities that we service so that we can offer consultation pre and post workshop and continue our support.
Visit our homepage to learn more about the training programs that we offer.
We believe in order to create effective and sustainable change, we need to engage with communities. We do this with through in-depth consultation with groups of people affiliated by cultural backgrounds, special interest, or similar situations to address issues affecting the wellbeing of those people. It is a powerful vehicle for bringing about the sustainable change that will improve the health and wellbeing of the community as a whole.
Our approach involves partnerships that help mobilize resources and influence systems, change relationships among partners, and serve as a platform for changing policies, programs, and practices.
Community engagement can take many forms. Our partners include: Government organisations, non-Government organisations, community and elders groups organised groups, agencies, institutions, or individuals.
Our consultation approach is a hands-on process that underpins genuine community development. It enables organisations, stakeholders, individuals and communities to have a voice and put forward their own concerns. We aim to identify the appropriate responses and solutions to problems that affect those involved. By following this important process, consultation at this level will empower the members by strengthening their personal capacities and the capacity of their communities as a whole. Our process offers people empowerment over the decisions that impact their lives. By involving them in the design and implementation of programs and services, they can exercise self-determination.