- By Emma Ringland
- 15 August 2018
We all have a role to play in suicide prevention. One simple thing you can do is learn how to recognise and respond to the warning signs of suicide.
Lifeline South Coast and Citylife Community Initiatives are currently offering two types of face-to-face suicide prevention trainings.
Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST): 2 day workshop
Date: Thursday 6th and Friday 7th September 2018
Time: 9am-5pm both days
Price: $400 per participant (plus GST) must be paid before attending training
More info: at the Lifeline South Coast website
Question Persuade Refer: 1hr - 3hr workshops
Date: Multiple (click here for date options)
Time: 1pm start
Venue: Fairy Meadow
Price: $17 - 40
More info: https://qprlive.eventbrite.com.au
For more information on available community suicide prevention trainings click here.
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