This page is organised as follows:
- Mental health courses
- Self-harm courses
- Suicide prevention courses
- Training for the workplace
- Course schedule
In-person or online training
A number of our courses have been adapted for online delivery which can be helpful for organisations who’s offices and staff are nationwide. Please enquire as to which of our courses this applies to.
About Our Training
We provide training for people in many roles such as:
- Line Managers
- Human Resources Managers
- Housing Workers
- Support Workers
- Emergency Service personnel
- Work colleagues
As well as individuals, those that have benefitted from our training include organisations from:
- The charity sector
- The private sector
- The public sector
- The community
We aim to bring our courses to you and deliver the training in-house, wherever your group or your workplace is.
Our trainers are professional and friendly and will put you at ease on what might seem challenging or difficult courses to attend.
All our courses are straight-forward and the skills taught can be applied by everyone. If required, training can be tailored to your organisation’s specific needs.
Mental health courses
A helpful introduction to Mental Health for our year 10’s. It’s given them some pointers to know how to look after their mental health and why.Introduction to Mental Health participant
I feel like I understand so much more about mental health and mental illnesses like depression, and how to support someone emotionally.Exploration of Mental Health participant
I feel really confident about supporting my colleagues at work now when they come to talk to me about how they feel. I feel like i’ve got the right tools and don’t worry about what to say.Mental Health First Aid Participant
The trainer was brilliant at explaining self-harm in a sensitive way and why it’s so important to talk about it with someone doing it.Introduction to Self-Harm participant
I didn’t realise the difference between self-harm and suicide until now. I would never have broached the topic of suicide with someone who self-harms before, but now I understand why it’s so necessary. This will change our approaches with our clients for the better.Self-Harm Alert participant
This workshop was really insightful. I learnt things about self-harm I had no idea about before. I always thought the best thing to do with one of our young people who we found to be self-harming, would be to immediately take everything away and try to stop them. I now understand how dangerous that could be and why it’s better to support them find alternative coping strategies that work for them. Thank you.Self-Harm Alert Participant
Suicide Prevention Courses
I always thought suicide wasn’t something that was spoken about, because it didn’t really happen. The trainer helped us see how common thoughts of suicide are and why it’s ok to talk about it.suicideTALK participant
Quite nervous about attending this training due to my own experiences, but the trainer was very sensitive and caring and showed how much learning we can take from our experiences that can help another person.Suicide Alert participant
I have noticed that I feel much more confident in following the pathway. I have felt more confident in dealing with students who present with suicidal thoughts. It is something that I do deal with a lot but having the guidance there really helps and also to talk about the training and be open about it.ASIST participant – Three months after attending
The TALK steps are brilliant. I feel so confident about asking about suicide now. Before I would have dismissed the signs, thinking it probably wouldn’t be that bad. But even if it isn’t, I now know it’s always ok to check about suicide, just incase.safeTALK participant
A great idea to have the pre-course material. fantastic work booklet. good use of format and videos. a FANTASTIC course!!ASK Workshop participant
The young people I have screened fair much better. They trust that they have someone to talk to who understands them in a way others don’t. they have improved self-esteem. Even if they become stuck again they know/feel they have someone they can talk to.ASK Workshop Participant – Three months after attending
Training for the workplace
A full day that has really prepared us all to support each other and other colleagues. We now know exactly what to do if faced with a member of staff feeling suicidal, or if we lose a member of staff to suicide. Thank you so much for providing such an empowering workshop.Responding to Suicide in the Workplace participant
Thank you for the course. I hope we never have an employee who considers suicide, but if we do, I don’t feel scared about talking to them, I know I’ll listen and what steps I can take to help them.Responding to Suicide in the Workplace participant
Thank you for this insightful overview of mental health, I feel like I understand it a lot better and what I can be aware of amongst my colleagues. I also really enjoyed the character activity!Mental Health in the Workplace participant
Quick reference guides
Our work and social lives are complicated enough and we all encounter difficulties sometimes. With this in mind, we created a selection of straightforward and practical quick reference guides to inform and help both yourself and others.
The guides are all 100% free and you can read and download as many as you like – no email required.