Suicide is a problem for society as a whole. To increase awareness - and to help remove the stigma which can be a barrier for those in need of help - this FREE half-day training seminar should be of interest to anyone who wishes to
- examine their own attitudes
- discover likely suicide risk factors and warning signs
- find out how you might help someone at risk of suicide
Funded by Leicester City Council, the training is free to attend and open to anyone who lives or works in Leicester city centre. This includes members of the public as well as those whose work is likely to bring them into contact with vulnerable people or those at greater risk. Places are limited so advance booking is essential.
Refreshments are provided, including a free buffet lunch at 12:45pm.
Please note: Allocation of a place on the training is provisional, pending formal confirmation from the organiser.
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Suicide Awareness Partnership Training (SAPT) is a project of the Rural Communiity Council (Leicestershire & Rutland). Founded in 1924, the RCC is a registered charity and part of a network of rural community councils operating in each county in England. SAPT originates from the RCC's involvement in the Rural Stress Support Team, and has been delivering half-day suicide awareness training for over six years.
The RCC is grateful to Leicester City Council for funding these suicide awareness training sessions.