Events List

Mindframe drop-in session: Guidelines for communicating about suicide

Online

Mindframe training on safe and sensitive communication around suicide includes: A brief overview of the Mindframe program The Australian context, with current data The guidelines in-depth Examples of problematic communication Information about help-seeking and self-care Opportunity for a Q&A with Mindframe team members.

Free

Mindframe drop-in session: Guidelines for communicating about suicide

Online

Mindframe training on safe and sensitive communication around suicide includes: A brief overview of the Mindframe program The Australian context, with current data The guidelines in-depth Examples of problematic communication Information about help-seeking and self-care Opportunity for a Q&A with Mindframe team members.

Free

Mindframe drop-in session: Guidelines for communicating about suicide

Online

Mindframe training on safe and sensitive communication around suicide includes: A brief overview of the Mindframe program The Australian context, with current data The guidelines in-depth Examples of problematic communication Information about help-seeking and self-care Opportunity for a Q&A with Mindframe team members.

Free

Accidental Counsellor Train the Trainer program

Online

This 4-day Train the Trainer (T4T) program provides you with the knowledge and skills to either deliver the Accidental Counsellor program to your staff or set you up to run your own business training others. The Accidental Counsellor program is being requested by organisations across Australia. Your passion and expertise will help make a difference to this landscape and may provide you with an alternative career choice for your future. Accidental Counselling provides participants with the skills to talk to someone going through a difficult time; having relationship issues; not coping with life; or feeling helpless. This course will help your participants respond in a helpful and meaningful way. They will learn how to have a difficult conversation; help someone identify their strengths provide them with strategies to manage their stress and distress better; re-frame their thinking to give them a different perspective on things that previously appeared negative and unachievable. All accredited trainers will receive ongoing training support from the developers, who are qualified counsellors with many years of experience working with people in crisis or conflict.

$2,500

Data in practice: Suicide mortality data – Hospital and Ambulance

Online

Following the success of Suicide Prevention Australia's data webinar in December 2021, we’re partnering with the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) to deliver a series of data webinars throughout 2022. Our Data in Practice series will take a deep dive into the Suicide and Self-Harm Monitoring System. This new, national system is the most comprehensive collation of data for deaths by suicide as well as self-harming and suicidal behaviours. It’s designed to improve the quality, accessibility, and timeliness of data on suicide and self-harm and to support policy makers, researchers, and practitioners to drive better outcomes.

Free

States in Focus Forum South Australia

Pullman Hotel, Adelaide 16 Hindmarsh Square, Adelaide, South Australia

As an initiative of Suicide Prevention Australia and Wellbeing SA, this event will include a diverse range of speakers including world-class researchers and local experts in suicide prevention, such as members of South Australian Suicide Prevention Networks, and people with lived experience.

$99

Become an accredited CALM trainer and empower others to recognise and respond to suicide.

Online

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.

$2,950

ProfessionaLE: Using your lived experience at conferences

Online

Whether you have attended a conference, presented at one or are just considering your options, this online session is for you. Join Lived Experience advocate Hayley Purdon in conversation with Peta Dampney, principal trainer and consultant at From Me to You Consulting to learn skills to effectively pitch your presentation to a conference organising committee. In an informal Q&A style session, we will be chatting about how to create a message worth communicating, submitting an abstract, what to expect at the conference and how to best deliver your presentation. By the end of the session, you will have the tools needed to submit an abstract and present at conferences such as the National Suicide Prevention Conference 2023. This session is the first in a series of monthly conversations to empower you to professionalise your lived experience. CriticLE is partnering with leaders who use their lived experiences to make change in the suicide prevention sector. The ProfessionaLE sessions are for anyone who wants to do more with their lived experience work and for anyone who wants to partner with people with lived experience. Join us as we learn by experience. Find out more about us here: Hayley Purdon http://criticle.com.au/ Peta Dampney https://www.frommetoyouconsulting.com.au/

Free

Parenting Beyond Breakup – A Rational Voice

Online

4 hour online conference supporting all parents in distress - providing hope and support to navigate family breakdown #Parental Alienation Awareness Day Aus/Nz #PBB2022 Are you a separating parent or grandparent in need of support? Are you facing child access and family law issues? Do you work in the area of family support? Join some of Australia’s leading experts in family law, child access and situational distress, along with Lived Experience Mums and Dads for a far-reaching and compelling discussion on Parental Alienation Awareness Day.

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.