QPR Suicide Prevention Training

Facilitator:  Scott Kadera, Counseling Services

QPR-- Question, Persuade, Refer-- training is designed to provide non-mental health professionals, such as faculty and staff, with the skills to identify, talk with, support and refer a potentially suicidal student to appropriate resources for help. The training covers the SLCC Student Suicide Prevention Protocol, basic statistics on suicide rates, myths and facts about suicide, verbal clues and warning signs of suicide, and the three basic intervention skills of Question, Persuade, Refer. QPR is an empirically supported suicide-prevention approach and is listed as a “best practice” by the Suicide Prevention Resource Center. Participants receive a complimentary booklet containing information presented during the training.

This event is for faculty & staff.  Register for this workshop through your MySLCC portal.  The registration system is found under the "Employee" tab.  Look under the Faculty Development dropdown menu as they are the group hosting this event. (Registration Tutorial Video)

Thursday, February 22 at 2:00pm to 3:00pm

Technology Building, TB322B

Event Type

SLCC Events

Campus Location

Taylorsville Redwood Campus

Departments

Professional Development, Faculty, Staff

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