Training for health professionals can give clinicians the skills, confidence and practical tools they need to provide effective care for people struggling with suicidality.
The training programs outlined in the table below are not simply about assessing a person’s level of suicide risk. These programs provide you with practical skills to treat suicidality and promote hope. They can give clinicians the skills, confidence and practical tools they need to provide effective care for people struggling with suicidality.
|Training name||Target Audience||Duration||Accreditation||Access the training|
|CAMS – Collaborative Assessment and Management Of Suicide||Mental Health Professionals Psychologists Social Workers Counsellors||6 Hours Face-to-face or Online 3 x 1 hour consultation calls||N/A||Register Your EOI
Closes 29th March
|Advanced Training in Suicide Prevention||General Practitioners (GPs) GP registrars GP Nurses Mental Health Nurses Psychologists Social Workers Counsellors||6 hours||GPs||RACGP||Cat 1 40 points||Enquire or request training|
|GPs||GPMHSC||6 hrs CPD|
|Psychologists||APS||6 hrs CPD|
|Talking About Suicide in General Practice||GPs only||3 hours||GPs||RACGP||6 hrs CPD|
|GPs||GPMHSC||3 hrs CPD|
|Community Suicide Prevention Training||Other Health Professionals GP Reception staff||Variable||View here|