Online Training

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Length: 90 minutes

Delivery format: Zoom

Maximum participants: 30

 

Support available: 

Emotional & Tech support at every session

Booking options: 

Open & Closed sessions available - see below.

Talking about suicide is our best form of prevention, but fears like this can get in the way of us starting a conversation:

"What if I say the wrong thing?"

"What if I make things worse?"

"What if I put the idea in their head?"

Talking about Suicide: Ten Tools (TAS10) is a 90-minute online training to blast away fears and stigma, and to equip you with practical tools to talk about suicide with someone you are worried about. 

 

The session is delivered live on Zoom, safely and sensitively, by an experienced engaging trainer, with additional emotional and technical support staff.

 

The session includes an industry-specific Life Saving Conversation to illustrate how the ten tools can actually sound. For example, this could be a conversation between two colleagues working remotely, a bartender and customer, or a teacher and student.

TAS10 is for anyone and everyone: no prior training needed.

 

We have delivered to over 2000 people including teachers, medical students, helpline volunteers and police.

Open Sessions for Individuals

 

We run regular Open Sessions on a pay-what-you-can-afford basis; 100% of donations go to Olly's Future.

We want this training to be accessible to EVERYONE. If you need a free place for any reason, contact us for a free access promo code, no questions asked. 

Closed Sessions for Organisations

 

We are being increasingly asked to deliver this training to charities, education and health settings and the corporate/financial sector.

 

We work with each organisation closely to tailor our training so it is relevant and relatable for their groups. 

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Talking about Suicide: Ten Tools was created in proud partnership between Ann Feloy, founder of Olly's Future (charity no. 1187184) and Rose Allett of Start the Conversation.

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