Our Professional Boundaries Course enables attendees to define professional boundaries in a supporting or helping relationship, how these boundaries may become compromised and the importance of managing appropriate boundaries for all parties
Learn the psychiatric, patient, social, protective, psychosocial, environmental, social and cultural factors are.
What is the difference between suicide, attempted suicide, assisted suicide and suicidal ideation? Why are mental health issues and mental illnesses important within suicide? What stigmatisation is and the effect this may have on an individual? What are the characteristics of suicide? What is self-harm and is suicide classed as a form of self-harm? What are some of the risk factor and warning signs of suicide? What is resilience? What are social interventions and why are they important? Our Suicide Awareness, Suicide Ideation and Suicide Prevention Training will help you to answer the questions above and more.
Worldwide, there were over 830,000 deaths from suicide in 2021, with over 6,500 occurring in the UK.
Through our Suicide Prevention Training, Awareness and Ideation course, you will gain an understanding of the characteristics of suicide. You will learn some reasons to why individuals may consider suicide as an option. You will learn what risk assessment tools are and how they are useful. You will learn the 4 main factors that influence a person’s reaction to life events. What the first aid for mental health action plan is and how it is used.
What does Suicide Prevention Training cover?
- Understanding of suicide, suicidal ideation and stigma around suicide
- Supportive communication skills
- Assessing the needs and risks of a suicidal person
- The importance of self-care for good mental health
- Strategies for building resilience and increasing hope
- Ensuring plans are inclusive
- Staff support strategies
- Strategies to support a person at risk of suicide
Who is our Suicide Prevention Training for?
Our suicide awareness course is for anyone working with people who are vulnerable or at risk of suicidal thoughts or ideation. This includes care and non-care settings and will be adapted to encompass the needs of the setting.
What will you achieve?
By the end of the course, you‘ll be able to…
- Understand suicide, suicidal ideation and stigma around suicide
- Demonstrate supportive communication skills
- Assess the needs and risks of a suicidal person
- Recognise the importance of self-care for good mental health
- Develop strategies for building resilience and increasing hope
- Ensuring plans are inclusive
- Develop and recognise staff support strategies
- Support a person at risk of suicide
Frequently asked questions
Our LGBTQ+ Awareness course enables attendees to gain knowledge regarding the initialism as well as related terminology.
Our First Aid Awareness course enables attendees to understand the contents of a first aid kit, what CPR is and how to correctly provide it, the difference between internal and external bleeding as well as when to call emergency services.
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Alzheimer’s Society, Mind, Foster Care Associates, Nursing Midwifery Council and the Scouts.
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