Suicide Prevention Training Courses


QPR Gatekeeper Foundational Training: Suicide Screening


QPR Suicide Screening, the "Question, Persuade and Refer" training is a comprehensive first-level suicide screening method for individuals in the community and for organizations.  This highly accessible on-line adult learning programme takes approximately two hours to complete.  The training can be taken section by section in your own time, at your own pace, at home or at work, anywhere you have an internet connection.  You can refresh your training as often as you like during the 12-month subscription period.

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Foundational Training:  QPR Suicide Screening for Organisations


Organisations wanting to train their staff in QPR Gatekeeper Foundational Training: Suicide Screening are eligible for a discount where the initial purchase is for 15 or more on-line accounts.

  • You have access to manage the creation of the accounts you have purchased;
  • You are provided with outcome reports on participant's learning activities;
  • You have access to on-line technical support.

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Checklist for Organisations


Here are 20 questions are intended to assist you in determining your current staff competencies, and the quality and completeness of documentation of suicide risk in your organisation's records.

If you answer No to more than 10 of these questions you may be at significant risk of losing a client to suicide, and of being held accountable for failure to take reasonable and prudent steps to prevent an avoidable adverse outcome.

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QPR Advanced Triage and Suicide Risk Management Training


QPR Advanced Triage training teaches participants how to probe for, and initially assess immediate risk factors for suicidal behaviours, and how to immediately enhance protective factors. This more advanced training builds on the skill offered in QPR Gatekeeper Foundational training, going beyond basic first-level screening. It is designed to train participants to make an initial assessment of risk for suicide and to "triage" the at-risk person to a professional for further assessment and care.

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