safeTALK suicide-alertness workshop

safeTALK suicide-alertness workshop

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UniSC (Sports precinct)

Level 1, Room S.1.10

32 Olympic Way

Sippy Downs, QLD 4556


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safeTALK suicide-alertness training

About this event

This safeTALK workshop offers participants practical knowledge of how to identify someone at risk of suicide and link them to life-saving services.


  • Four-hour training workshop to increase suicide alertness, contributing to a suicide-safer community
  • Learn simple yet effective TALK steps: Tell, Ask, Listen, and KeepSafe
  • Hands-on skills practice and development
  • Expect to feel challenged, empowered and hopeful
  • Certificate of attendance and workbooks provided.


USC's Alliance for Suicide Prevention - Sunshine Coast strives to create a connected community to improve mental wellbeing and resiliency to suicidality and its precursors.

We exist because suicide rates in Australia are too high.

To address this, we're implementing the EAAD model, shown to have reduced suicide rates by 24 per cent within two years. A big part of this is 'gatekeeper' training like this safeTALK workshop.

By attending this workshop to become suicide-alert, you're joining a growing network of Sunshine Coast residents, businesses and organisations committed to playing their part to make our community safer from suicide.

The Alliance is an initiative of USC's Thompson Institute, a hub for world-leading mental and brain health research and clinical services on the Sunshine Coast.

COST: Free (value $120)

CATERING: Afternoon tea/coffee break

FACILITATOR: Susan Griffith

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