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Talking about Suicide: 10 Tools (TAS10)

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Length: 90 minutes  

Maximum participants: 24


Length: 2 hours

Maximum participants: 24


Length: 3.5 hours (half day)

Maximum participants: 18

Emotional support always available.

Talking about suicide is our best form of prevention. And yet common 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: 10 Tools (known as "TAS10") is an accessible, sensitive and safe training session that will equip you with 10 practical tools and inspire confidence to have a compassionate and potentially life-saving conversation with someone you are worried about. 

  • Delivered by an experienced engaging trainer

  • Engaging, respectful and safe - emotional support is provided

  • Takes the fear out of this sensitive subject

  • Includes includes an industry-specific 'Life-Saving Conversation​​'

TAS10 is for everyone! No prior training needed.

Open sessions (for individuals)


Because we want this training to be accessible to EVERYONE, we run regular OPEN sessions, on a pay-what-you-can-afford basis; 100% of profits go directly to Olly's Future.

Closed sessions (for teams)

We deliver closed sessions to workplaces including the corporate / financial sector, education and health settings and charities - and work with you to tailor the session for your specific industry. 


The TAS10 training was created in 2018, in proud partnership by Rose Rowkins and Ann Feloy, founder and now CEO of Olly's Future (charity no. 1187184). Ann set up this charity in loving memory of her son Oliver who took his own life in February 2017.

TAS10 is currently part of the curriculum at five UK medical schools, as part of the innovative Dr SAMS (Suicide Awareness in Medical Students) initiative.  

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