Mental Health Workshops - Suicide Awareness

  • Events Home
  • My Events

Wednesday, March 4th

Event Summary

A half day mental health workshop that will contribute to CPD.

Our suicide and self-harm awareness workshop is designed to allow participants to discover what is meant by suicidal feelings and who is at risk of completing suicide. Learnt about the different risk factors and warning signs which could indicate someone is at risk. Explore how to speak to someone who is having suicidal thoughts or self-harming and where to signpost those to for further help and support. This is a great workshop designed to expand your knowledge and would be a great basis for beginning your learning journey.

The cost for this course is: £15.

If you book your place and realise you cannot attend, please contact trainingacademy@togmind.org to cancel your place so this can be offered to someone else.

This course will fill up fast so please book your place to avoid disappointment.

**disclaimer** This course covers the serious topic of suicide and self-harm and includes details and videos which may be upsetting for some participants. Whilst participants will be encouraged to step out of the room if the videos/content is too upsetting for them, we advise that you only attend the workshop if you feel you are able to cope with the content of the session. Please feel free to contact the training team on trainingacademy@togmind.org if you have any questions or queries.

More Information (Quest Media Network is not responsible for external websites)

Venue

Greater Manchester Fire & Rescue Service
146 Bolton Road, Swinton
Manchester
M27 8US

More details for this venue

Dates

The event runs from 9:00am to 1:00pm on the following dates.
Select a date to add this event to your calendar app.

Weather

  • Tue

    7°C

  • Wed

    7°C

  • Thu

    9°C

  • Fri

    7°C

  • Sat

    9°C

Recently Played

Schedule

  • Sarah Hall

    11:00am - 3:00pm

    #WeAreTameside with Sarah Hall

  • Mark Alston

    3:00pm - 7:00pm

    Drivetime with Mark Alston

  • Steve Stubbs

    7:00pm - 8:00pm

    Remember the groovy 70s? It's one whole hour of music from that decade