Do you want to become aware of the ways children at risk of suicide communicate their need for help? Do you want to learn to recognise factors that may increase suicide risk and those that may mitigate it? Do you wish to understand and be able to meet common challenges in working with parents to facilitate safety. Participants of The “ASK” WorkshopTM leave better equipped to reduce the risk of suicide and enlist help for young children
The course has been redesigned to be delivered virtually across 2 half days (4.5 hours x 2), and is targeted at staff working with and caring for children age 5 – 15 years of age. Click on the link below to access further information and dates available to book. There are limited FULLY FUNDED places available for staff working across North East London. Book early to avoid disappointment. Please click on the below link to view course dates and booking instructions:
Participants will be required to complete some self paced online study modules prior to the course start date. You will be contacted 7-10 days prior to the course start date with further information regarding this. This is mandatory for participating in the course.
Failure to turn up following registration will incur a £90 DNA charge
What previous attendees have fed back:
‘Excellent, excellent, excellent workshop! One of the most valuable courses I have taken in my career.’
‘The ASK Workshop has been well-received and we want to continue to provide this learning opportunity for our school division staff and community partners. It aligns well with other initiatives in our school division and we are excited to offer it to those invested in the lives of children and youth.’
‘This material is extremely well thought out and put together. It exceeded my expectations by far. Congratulations on putting together such a powerful, practical, accessible resource!’