UNSW Health is pleased to partner with Black Dog Institute to offer subsidised Suicide Prevention training to UNSW Students and Staff.
What is it?
Recognise and Respond: Suicide Prevention for everyday life, aims to assist in reducing and preventing suicide in Australia by equipping people with the skills to intervene with someone who is contemplating suicide.
A self-directed e-learning module comprising of four main learning components:
recognising the signs of suicide
having a conversation with and supporting the person
providing help to the person
The learning experience includes interactive activities, videos depicting interactions between a person experiencing thoughts of suicide and a helper, and a quiz to test the learner's knowledge. The module will take approx. 60 minutes to complete.
Developed and evaluated, via a randomised controlled trial (RCT)
The program aims to assist in reducing and preventing suicide in Australia by equipping people with the skills to identify, recognise and respond to those at risk and assist them to seek appropriate help. Results will be published shortly.
How to enrol
UNSW Students: students from any course and background can complete the training. Students who are in volunteer or paid positions which involves peer support are encouraged to enrol.
UNSW Staff: Each UNSW Faculty & Division have been allocated a certain number of enrolments. If you would like to use one of your Faculty/Divisions enrolments, please indicate where you are from in the form.
Next Step: Click the button below to complete an EOI and obtain the enrolment link.