Health and Suicide Intervention Training
Are you eligible
for some funded training?
is very happy to be able to offer a number of funded suicide alertness, suicide
intervention and mental health training places, provided by NHS Brighton &
years we have been able to offer funded places completely free of charge, but
this year we are asking participants to contribute a small amount (£6 for
half-day, £16 for 2-day) towards the cost of the training. This will go towards
essential admin, as well as refreshments and venue hire, and will allow us to
provide more training in a more sustainable way.
be eligible for a place funded by NHS Brighton & Hove you need to be working
in the Brighton & Hove area with/for one of the following target
have experienced domestic abuse; Survivors of sexual abuse; Prison leavers;
Ex-service personnel; People who are unemployed or at risk of unemployment;
People who are homeless and those at risk of homelessness; Older people;
Emergency services; LGBT; Women during or after pregnancy; People bereaved by
suicide; BME communities; People who self harm; People with long term physical
conditions; People experiencing financial difficulties; Mental Health services;
Substance misuse services; Male specific projects; People experiencing
relationship breakdown; High risk occupational groups (doctors, dentists, vets,
farmers etc.); Refugees and asylum seekers; Teachers and welfare/pastoral
services at schools, colleges and universities.
training is limited to 3 places per course per organisation, and if in doubt
participants should check with their manager/training coordinator before booking
to ensure that places are available for their organisation.