The CALM Care workshop is a half-day workshop teaches you how to be suicide aware and recognise when someone may be thinking about ending their life. It will help you recognise subtle warning signs, how to make a connection and know what to say.
The T4T is effectively delivered over a 2-day period face-to-face or virtually. This ensures that all participants understand the theories, principles and models that underpin the CALM Care program; fully grasp and are able to demonstrate their ability to explain and use the CALM Care model of engagement, as well as raise awareness, and lastly to gain confidence in their ability to competently deliver this program to their participants.
The T4T is effectively delivered over a 2-day period face-to-face or virtually.
Day 1– The CALM Care half-day program will be delivered in its entirety to provide a comprehensive overview. The difference between programs, evidence and delivery will be outlined. The afternoon focuses on how to organise, plan, prepare and arrange a CALM Care workshop. Specific course content and learning outcomes can be viewed at this weblink: https://www.suicideprograms.com.au/workshop/calm-care-suicide-awareness
Day 2 – Each participant will have the opportunity to practice and present a section of the program to ensure they have understood the intent and delivery method of the CALM Care model, as well as enabling them to gain confidence and peer feedback on their presentation styles.
What do T4T participants receive?
On successful completion, T4T participants receive a certificate of accreditation as a CALM Care trainer, a full kit of training resources to equip them for their training role, these include: – Trainer manual with comprehensive training notes, a detailed guide of preparing for a workshop, full access to the Calm Care app, Trainers PowerPoint with training notes, videos, booking spreadsheet, attendance templates, certificate templates, ice breaker cards, burn-out scale, email templates, posters, flyers, and logos.