Events List

Calm & Calm Care Train the Trainer

Become a trainer in CALM . Be your own boss! Become an accredited CALM trainer and train others to recognise and respond to suicide. Suicide is a public health issue that affects individuals, families, communities and work environments across Australia. . This Train the Trainer program will set you up to run your own business training others in the important area of suicide prevention. The CALM training programs are being engaged by organisations across Australia. Your passion and expertise will help make a difference to this landscape and provide you with an alternative career choice for your future This Train the Trainer virtual program, will provide you with the skills, resources, knowledge and support to deliver both programs. T4T participants gain an understanding and workable knowledge of the theories, principles and models that underpin CALM and CALM Care programs; are able to grasp and demonstrate their ability to explain and use the CALM model of intervention and lastly gain confidence in their ability to competently deliver both programs to their audiences. PARTICIPANT OPTIONS: Option 1. Attend 2-days for the CALM Care suicide awareness presentation T4T, $1,250 Option 2. Attend 4-days for the CALM suicide intervention skills training T4T, $2,500 Option […]

$1,250

Adelaide Men’s Table Entree

An introduction to The Men’s Table through stories and dialogue over dinner.. for men interested in being part of the Men’s Table “It really gives me a sense of belonging – I feel a part of something” – James, Entree attendee “A chance to have a different kind of conversation with men from the normal one down at the pub or at work” – Carlos, Entree attendee — The Men’s Table Entree is an introduction to The Men’s Table through open sharing over a relaxed and conversational meal. The cost includes a meal. The Entree event is a chance to meet other men, learn about how a Table works and helping you decide whether you’d like to part of this local Men’s Table group. It will be hosted by a couple of long standing members of other Men’s Tables, sharing their experiences from their Tables, and responding to your questions, concerns and ideas. What is the Men’s Table? The Men’s Table is all about men serving men. The first Men’s Table (MT1) began in 2011 with 12 men who have met once a month for dinner and ever since. It is now growing to become a national charity. The Men’s Table […]

$27.50

Lived Experience Over Lunch: LE PhD Showcase

Online

Ever wondered how lived experience research takes place, what happens when risk eventuates into an adverse incident, and what lived experience can do in the research world? Join us for a presentation and Q&A from three PhD researchers undertaking different research projects related to lived experience of suicide, and moderated by a special guest. Our three researchers bring amongst them both perspectives of being a researcher with and without lived experience, working on topics directly relevant to people with lived experience of suicide. Hear about the work of PhD candidates: Luke Bayliss: Conducting research with suicide attempt survivors Martina McGrath: Understanding disclosure of mental health or suicide concerns in workplaces Hayley Purdon: Lived experience engagement in suicide prevention Bring your lunch (or mid-morning snack for our Western Australian friends!) and let's start a conversation about lived experience in research.

Calm & Calm Care Train the Trainer

Become a trainer in CALM. Be your own boss! Become an accredited CALM trainer and train others to recognise and respond to suicide. Suicide is a public health issue that affects individuals, families, communities and work environments across Australia. . This Train the Trainer program will set you up to run your own business training others in the important area of suicide prevention. The CALM training programs are being engaged by organisations across Australia. Your passion and expertise will help make a difference to this landscape and provide you with an alternative career choice for your future This Train the Trainer virtual program, will provide you with the skills, resources, knowledge and support to deliver both programs. T4T participants gain an understanding and workable knowledge of the theories, principles and models that underpin CALM and CALM Care programs; are able to grasp and demonstrate their ability to explain and use the CALM model of intervention and lastly gain confidence in their ability to competently deliver both programs to their audiences. PARTICIPANT OPTIONS: Option 1. Attend 2-days for the CALM Care suicide awareness presentation T4T, $1,250 Option 2. Attend 4-days for the CALM suicide intervention skills training T4T, $2,500 Option 3. […]

$1,250

Calm & Calm Care Train the Trainer

Become a trainer in CALM. Be your own boss! Become an accredited CALM trainer and train others to recognise and respond to suicide. Suicide is a public health issue that affects individuals, families, communities and work environments across Australia. . This Train the Trainer program will set you up to run your own business training others in the important area of suicide prevention. The CALM training programs are being engaged by organisations across Australia. Your passion and expertise will help make a difference to this landscape and provide you with an alternative career choice for your future This Train the Trainer virtual program, will provide you with the skills, resources, knowledge and support to deliver both programs. T4T participants gain an understanding and workable knowledge of the theories, principles and models that underpin CALM and CALM Care programs; are able to grasp and demonstrate their ability to explain and use the CALM model of intervention and lastly gain confidence in their ability to competently deliver both programs to their audiences. PARTICIPANT OPTIONS: Option 1. Attend 2-days for the CALM Care suicide awareness presentation T4T, $1,250 Option 2. Attend 4-days for the CALM suicide intervention skills training T4T, $2,500 Option 3. […]

$1,250

Lived Experience of Suicide Summit

Hotel Grand Chancellor Hobart 1 Davey Street, Hobart, Tasmania

A powerful opportunity to lend your voice of lived experience, connect in person, and bring your passion for change to this forum that only takes place once every 2 years! This signature event on the suicide prevention calendar provides an interactive workshop-style forum that connects people with a lived experience of suicide with key sector organisations, researchers, clinicians, government departments and non-government organisations. It provides a platform for multi-levelled collaboration to explore innovative solutions and bring about change. Participants at LE Summit 2023 will delve deeply into emerging innovations in suicide prevention, contribute to future research and service development, and develop connections and avenues for further integration that will extend beyond the Summit. The event will also further amplify partnership, growth, and sustainability of the lived experience of suicide movement. The LE Summit offers a supportive space and platform for robust discussions and an opportunity to challenge our thinking, strengthen collaborations and evolve the role of lived experience of suicide in Australia.

$484

2023 National Suicide Prevention Conference

National Convention Centre Canberra 31 Constitution Ave, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

Over the past decade, the National Suicide Prevention Conference has established itself as the premier event in the suicide prevention calendar. The National Conference presents a unique opportunity to bring the brightest minds together and latest thinking to promote excellence in suicide prevention. The National Suicide Prevention Conference 2023 will be held from Monday 1 May to Thursday 4 May at the National Convention Centre, Canberra. This event provides a gateway to unite suicide prevention experts to showcase evidence-based solutions and robust discussion, focused on solutions for saving lives. Save the date today.