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Course information

An accessible, half-day course, teaching a four-part framework to provide an initial response to someone who may be at risk of suicide.

This workshop teaches what to do if someone is suicidal by following the easy to remember TALK steps – Tell, Ask, Listen and Keep-safe. These practical steps offer immediate help to someone having thoughts of suicide and help the supporter to connect with support.

Key features

  • Learn to recognise indicators of suicidal thoughts and which signs we may miss, dismiss or avoid.
  • Practice having conversations about suicide using the TALK model.
  • Explore different ways to connect people at risk with suicide intervention resources.
  • All participants receive a certificate, a wallet-sized reference card and a resource pack full of support and resources for themselves and others.


3.5 hours


In-person only

Group size

8 to 30 learners


Certificate of attendance

Awarding body

Livingworks International

Ideal for

Community members, caregivers, and professionals working with vulnerable populations.

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