Training

Suicide prevention skills and knowledge can save a life. Suicide prevention training can help you start a conversation and let others know they are supported.

Training also gives professionals confidence that they have the skills needed to support individuals who feel suicidal and awareness of where they themselves can get support if they are experiencing difficulties.

Zero Suicide Alliance

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The Zero Suicide Alliance training is free online awareness training for everyone. It can take as little as 20 minutes from your phone, tablet or laptop providing you with skills that can save a life.

We Need to Talk About Suicide

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Free online training that takes between 60 and 90 minutes. This interactive training provides information on why talking matters, risks and warning signs, what to say, support and wellbeing information.

NO MORE Suicide Community Training

This NO MORE Suicide Community Training is for people on the frontline who are in regular contact with members of the public. The aim is to increase understanding and practical skills, so people feel confident to act if someone is feeling suicidal.

NO MORE Suicide Community Training can be delivered via virtual platforms or face to face where possible. Developed by Wirral Mind and the Champs Public Health Collaborative, this training is offered free or at low-cost.

If you would like more information about the NO MORE Suicide Community Training please contact [email protected]

The Suicide and Self-Harm Prevention Training Framework has been developed so that people and organisations can choose the training level that best suits them. The Training Framework includes links to self-harm prevention training and suicide bereavement training.

Click here to view the Framework