This two day, interactive workshop is offered to those who regularly work with vulnerable young people who are at a risk of suicide. The course is aimed at frontline practitioners not their supervisors/managers.
Aim of course
This training is delivered on a multi-agency basis to front line workers, to up-skill and build confidence when working with those who are at risk of suicide.
STORM training objectives are:
- To develop/enhance skills and confidence in assessment and management of suicide
- To provide a forum for discussion on related practice issues
- To provide a common language around assessment and management of suicide
- To provide networking opportunities with other professionals/agencies
All SSCB training is free of charge to the following agencies as they contribute financially to the SSCB: Shropshire Council, Shropshire Maintained Primary and Secondary Schools, SaTH, Robert Jones & Agnes Hunt Hospital, Shropshire Community Health Trust, GPs, West Mercia Police, Probation Service, CAFCASS, Shrewsbury College of Arts & Technology, Derwen College, Ludlow College, Walford & North Shropshire College, Shrewsbury Sixth Form College, Youth Offending Service and Shropshire Fire & Rescue. This training is also free of charge to voluntary organisations and charities registered with the Charity Commission, who work with children & young people based in Shropshire.
All other agencies are charged at £140 a delegate, and an invoice will be raised to collect payment of charge to all agencies. The cancellation policy applies to all agencies (see information flyer).
Information flyer with 2013 training dates and booking form attached below. Please complete and return this booking form to the SSCB Inter-agency Training Project. All delegate places will be confirmed by email with pre-course reading material.