FREE Masterclass: Supporting World Suicide Prevention Day
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This session is being run for FREE in support of this year's World Suicide Prevention Day
Suicide Awareness Masterclass
Understand what is meant by the term suicide, recognise the myths that increase stigma, and challenge common misconceptions surrounding the topic. Identify common risk factors and signs of suicide and know how to support a person with thoughts of suicide.
- Understand what is meant by the term suicide
- Identify the risk factors and signs of suicide
- Know how to support a person with thoughts of suicide
We offer a range of topics meaning you can choose those that are most relevant to your organisation, pick topics to match key awareness days, or select a package offer to demonstrate your year-round commitment to mental health and wellbeing.
- Interactive & engaging
- Designed & delivered by mental health & wellbeing experts
- Three key learning points
- Knowledge check
- Q&A session
- Up to 500 learners
- Takeaway handout including summary and additional resources
- Online via Zoom - an accessible way to engage your employees wherever they are located.
- Face-to-face in your organisation – utilise the form of a lunch-and-learn where employees are encouraged to eat lunch in a group setting while simultaneously utilising that time to complete training.
- Mental health awareness
- Managing mental health at work
- Coping with change
- Burnout prevention
- Men's mental health
- Managing menopause
- Women's mental health
- Empowering Women
- Neurodiversity in the Workplace
- LGBTQ+ Mental Health
- Financial Wellbeing
- Stress Awareness
- Managing Anxiety
- Understanding Depression
- Sleep Hygiene
- Individual online: £995
- Bronze package (quarterly masterclasses): £3,495
- Silver package (quarterly plus 2 awareness days): £5,095
- Gold package (monthly masterclasses): £9,995
- Individual & package face-to-face: POA
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