Suicide is the leading cause of death for men aged 25 – 44 and women aged 25-34 in Australia. The World Health Organisations suggests that worker suicide is a result of the complex interaction between individual vulnerabilities and work-related environmental factors that trigger stress reactions and contribute to poor mental wellbeing.
Gain and understanding of workplace mental health, in particular the issue of suicide, and how to identify and respond to employees who are struggling.
- Understand the issue of suicide and the risk factors involved
- Identify when an employee may be at risk
- Respond appropriately to employees who are struggling
- Access resources to support employees and prevent suicide
$195 (incl. GST)
HR and OHS specialists, leaders, supervisors, and anyone who needs to gain a better understanding of workplace suicide prevention.
A certificate of participation will be emailed at the end of the course.