An event every day that begins at 8:30am, repeating until June 21, 2017
In ASIST, the emphasis is on suicide ‘first aid’: helping a person with thoughts of suicide to stay safe and seek further help. The vast majority of people with suicidal thoughts will find some way to signal their distress and their intent to harm themselves. ASIST training can help us see and respond to these invitations for help. The training provides participants with the confidence to ask about suicide and know what action to take. By learning to recognise and assess someone with thoughts of suicide, participants become more effective at helping people at risk.
Cost: $235 (incl GST) for Volunteers and Not-For-Profit Organisations. $305 (incl GST) for Government workers and Businesses.
8:30am-4:30pm each day. Lunch, morning and afternoon teas provided.
For more information or to Register: Contact Karen Reval-Lifeline Central Australia. Ph:(08) 89531250 or email [email protected]