Training Courses & Workshops Schedule

  • May 04

    ASIST Training (Brockville)

    May 4, 2017 $225

    What is ASIST?
    Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training. This is a two day, 12 hour intensive, interactive and practice-dominated course designed to help caregivers recognize and review risk, and intervene to prevent the immediate risk of suicide. ASIST is founded on the principle that everyone can make a difference in preventing suicide. The more people in the community who have suicide intervention training, the more likely it is they will be able to identify someone at risk and intervene to keep them safe.

    Who Should Attend?
    Front line staff, health service providers RN, PSW, emergency workers, community groups, volunteers, etc. Attendance is required at both sessions in order to receive a certificate.

    Learning Outcomes
    - Identify people who have thoughts of suicide.
    - Understand how beliefs and attitudes can affect suicide interventions.
    - Conduct a safety assessment and develop a plan that
    will keep the person at risk safe.
    - Confirm the person who is at risk keeps faith in the safe
    plan and their intent to follow it through.

    ASIST (PDF)

    Register
  • May 05

    ASIST Training (Brockville)

    May 5, 2017 $225

    What is ASIST?
    Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training. This is a two day, 12 hour intensive, interactive and practice-dominated course designed to help caregivers recognize and review risk, and intervene to prevent the immediate risk of suicide. ASIST is founded on the principle that everyone can make a difference in preventing suicide. The more people in the community who have suicide intervention training, the more likely it is they will be able to identify someone at risk and intervene to keep them safe.

    Who Should Attend?
    Front line staff, health service providers RN, PSW, emergency workers, community groups, volunteers, etc. Attendance is required at both sessions in order to receive a certificate.

    Learning Outcomes
    - Identify people who have thoughts of suicide.
    - Understand how beliefs and attitudes can affect suicide interventions.
    - Conduct a safety assessment and develop a plan that
    will keep the person at risk safe.
    - Confirm the person who is at risk keeps faith in the safe
    plan and their intent to follow it through.

    ASIST (PDF)

    Register