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The CALM and CALM Care combined 5 day T4T Virtual Workshop

The CALM 1-day workshop is a one-day workshop that teaches four key actions: Connect, Ask, Listen, Monitor to build confidence, knowledge and skills.

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 4-day period face-to-face OR over a 5-day period virtually. This ensures that all participants understand the theories, principles and models that underpin CALM and the CALM Care programs; fully grasp and are able to demonstrate their ability to explain and use the CALM model of intervention and the CALM Care model of engagement, as well as raise awareness, and lastly to gain confidence in their ability to competently deliver these programs to their audiences.

Workshop Duration

The T4T is effectively delivered over a 4-day period face-to-face OR over a 5-day period virtually. CALM Trainer accreditation presented virtually requires your attendance for two half days on day 1 and day 2, and attendance for full days 3 and 5. Accreditation for CALM Care requires your attendance for full days 4 and 5.

What you will learn

Day 1 – When delivered face-to-face the CALM one-day program will be delivered in its entirety to give you a view of the one day presentation from a participants perspective and provide reflection and feedback. Specific course content and learning outcomes for CALM be viewed at this weblink: https://www.suicideprograms.com.au/workshop/calm-suicide-intervention/

  • When delivered virtually the one-day program will be presented over two half days to account for virtual fatigue and ensuring participants can consolidate their learnings.

Day 2 – Each component of the CALM model will be explained and explored in full detail covering the evidence and practice theories that underpins and informs the model.

Day 3– 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 the organising, planning, preparing and arranging a CALM / 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 4– 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 and or 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 certificates of accreditation as a CALM trainer and CALM Care trainer, a full kit of resources to equip them for their training role, these include: – Trainer manuals for both CALM and CALM Care with comprehensive training notes, and a detailed guide of preparing for a workshops, full access to all three apps (Be Safe, Be Calm and Calm Care), Trainer PowerPoints with training notes, video demonstrations for different cohorts, role-play scenarios, bookings spreadsheet, attendance templates, certificate templates, ice breaker cards, safety plan template, burn-out scale, email template with pre-reading material, posters, flyers, and logos.

Workshop Information:

CALM Care 2-day T4T Workshop

The CALM Care workshop is a half-day program that teaches four key actions: Connect, Ask, Refer, and Exit to build awareness, reduce stigma, and enable help seeking behaviour. Specific detail of course content and learning outcomes can be view at this weblink: https://www.suicideprograms.com.au/workshop/calm-care-suicide-awareness/

The T4T is effectively delivered over a 2-day period face-to-face or virtually. This ensures that all participants are provided with the knowledge and resources to help their participants to be aware when somebody may be thinking suicide; how to start a conversation in a comfortable and safe manner; and help the person to link into an appropriate referral.

What you will learn

Day 1 – The half-day program will be delivered in its entirety by accredited trainers to provide an overview of the program. This will be followed in the afternoon with several interactive exercises that will strengthen and enhance your knowledge and skills for each component of the program.

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 in their presentation styles.

What do T4T participants receive?

T4T participants receive a certificate of accreditation as a CALM Care trainer, a full kit of resources to equip them for their training role, including: – a comprehensive Trainers Manual, a PowerPoint presentation with trainer notes, full access to the CALM Care app, videos, bookings spreadsheet, attendance templates, evaluation survey form, certificate templates, ice breaker cards, email template, and promotional material.

The CALM 3-4 day T4T Workshop

The CALM workshop is a one-day program that teaches four key actions: Connect, Ask, Listen, and Monitor to build confidence, knowledge, and skills.

The T4T is effectively delivered over a 3 day period face-to-face OR over a 4 day period virtually. This ensures that all participants understand the theories, principles and models that underpin CALM; fully grasp and are able to demonstrate their ability to explain and use the CALM model of intervention as well as raise awareness, and lastly to gain confidence in their ability to competently deliver this program to their audiences.

What you will learn

Day 1 – When delivered face-to-face the CALM one-day program will be delivered in its entirety to give you a view of the one day presentation from a participants perspective and provide reflection and feedback. Specific detail of course content and learning outcomes can be view at this weblink:  https://www.suicideprograms.com.au/workshop/calm-suicide-intervention/

  • When delivered virtually the one-day program will be presented over two half days to account for virtual fatigue and ensuring participants can consolidate their learnings.

Day 2 – Each component of the model will be explained and explored in full detail covering the evidence that practice theories that underpins and informs the CALM Model. The afternoon focuses on the organising, planning, preparation, and presentation of a CALM workshop.

Day 3 – 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 model as well as enabling them to gain confidence in their presentation styles.

What T4T participants receive?

T4T participants receive a certificate of accreditation as a CALM trainer, a full kit of resources to equip them for their training role, including: – a comprehensive Trainers Manual, PowerPoint with Trainer notes, full access to three apps (Be Safe, Be Calm and Calm Care), the PowerPoint presentation, video demonstrations, role-play scenarios, bookings spreadsheet, attendance template, evaluation survey form, certificate template, ice breaker cards, safety plan template, burn-out scale, email template with pre-reading material, and promotional materials.

CALM and CALM Care combined 4-5 day T4T Workshop

The CALM 1-day workshop is a one day workshop that teaches four key actions: Connect, Ask, Listen, Monitor to build confidence, knowledge and skills. Specific course content and learning outcomes can be viewed at this weblink: https://www.suicideprograms.com.au/workshop/calm-suicide-intervention/

The T4T is effectively delivered over a 4-day period face-to-face OR over a 5-day period virtually. This ensures that all participants understand the theories, principles and models that underpin CALM and the CALM Care programs; fully grasp and are able to demonstrate their ability to explain and use the CALM model of intervention as well as raise awareness, and lastly to gain confidence in their ability to competently deliver these programs to their audiences.

What you will learn

Day 1 – When delivered face-to-face the CALM one-day program will be delivered in its entirety to give you a view of the one day presentation from a participants perspective and provide reflection and feedback.

  • When delivered virtually the one-day program will be presented over two half days to account for virtual fatigue and ensuring participants can consolidate their learnings.

Day 2 – Each component of the model will be explained and explored in full detail covering the evidence and practice theories that underpins and informs the model. The afternoon focuses on the organising, planning, preparation and presentation of a CALM workshop.

Day 3– 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 model as well as enabling them to gain confidence in their presentation styles.

Day 4– 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. Participants will have the opportunity to practice and present a section of the CALM Care program in the afternoon of day 4. Specific course content and learning outcomes can be viewed at this weblink: https://www.suicideprograms.com.au/workshop/calm-care-suicide-awareness/

What do T4T participants receive?

On successful completion, T4T participants receive certificates of accreditation as a CALM trainer and CALM Care trainer, a full kit of resources to equip them for their training role, these include: – Trainer manuals for both CALM and CALM Care with comprehensive training notes, and a detailed guide of preparing for a workshops, full access to all three apps (Be Safe, Be Calm and Calm Care), Trainer PowerPoints with training notes, video demonstrations for different cohorts, role-play scenarios, bookings spreadsheet, attendance templates, certificate templates, ice breaker cards, safety plan template, burn-out scale, email template with pre-reading material, posters, flyers, and logos.

Pricing:

CALM Care, 2 days virtual – $1,250 (+GST)

CALM, 4 days virtual – $2,500 (+GST)

CALM and CALM Care combined, 5 days virtual – $2,950 (+GST)

Virtual presentations are presented via Zoom.

Train the Trainer Workshop Dates:

Virtual – 2nd – 6th September 2024

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