Online Suicide Prevention Training

Training the community to recognise and respond to suicidality is vital for suicide prevention.

Online Suicide Prevention Training

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This program aims to improve the overall wellbeing and resilience of young Australians. The Mental Fitness Challenge guides users through five domains of positive psychology (gratitude, mindfulness, character strengths, social connections and meaning and purpose). Each week contains animations, readings and activities – plus at the end of the six weeks users have the chance to go in the draw for a $250 voucher of their chosen brand.

Black Dog Institute: Our Programs

Black Dog Institute Health Professional education is for GPs, psychologists, counsellors, social workers and mental health care workers looking to expand their knowledge and skills in the area of mental health. As a world leading translational research institute, their accredited programs draw on the most current research and clinical evidence. The interactive, case-based workshops are led by expert clinician facilitators who inform theory with practical, real world examples.


esuicideTALK builds the awareness that is essential to making an organization or community safer from suicide. This leads to more involvement in prevention activities and a climate more conducive to help-seeking for those at risk.


QPR (Question, Persuade and Refer) teaches participants the common causes and warning signs for suicidal ideation. It then teaches participants how to have talk to someone who may be contemplating suicide in a structured way and give people the confidence to respond in a positive way. This course is estimated to take 60 minutes but is participant paced.

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Contact Us:

PO Box 368, 66 Callide St

(07) 4992 1040