Suicide Risk Assessment and Intervention - (1 Hour Training) (SP0723)

Direct care staff may encounter an individual who is experiencing suicidal ideations or thoughts. In addition to intentional suicides, many completed suicides are unintentional. Using Evidence-Based Practices, this course will dispel myths of suicide, identify warning signs (verbal, behavioral, and situational), teach safety responses, and will educate about local resources.
  • Section 1
  • What is Suicidal Ideation?
  • Recognizing Suicidal Behavior - Warning Signs
  • Section 2
  • Suicide Prevention for Providers
  • What Should I Do if I Think Someone is Suicidal?
  • Who Is Most Likely to Commit Suicide?
  • Section 3
  • Youth Suicide Prevention
  • Can Suicide Be Prevented?
  • Section 4
  • Suicide Prevention Treatment
  • What Should I Do if I See the Warning Signs of Suicide?
  • Section 5
  • 4. Myths About Suicide
  • Myths and Facts about Suicide
  • Section 6
  • Know Your Agency Policy and Procedures
  • Section 7
  • Suicide Risk Assessment and Intervention - Test
  • Section 8
  • Suicide Risk Assessment and Intervention _ Survey
Completion rules
  • All units must be completed
  • Leads to a certificate with a duration: Forever