BAVO upskills 20 more people to help communities become suicide safer
Date published: 06/07/2017
BAVO, one of the leading training providers in Applied Suicide Interventions Skills Training (ASIST) across Wales, have had the pleasure to recently upskill 20 more community members to help ensure we have suicide safer communities.
ASIST is a two day suicide ‘first aid’ workshop that teaches how to intervene and save a life from suicide. Over two million people around the world have participated in this award winning programme and nearly 2,500 trained specifically by BAVO.
BAVO’s Chief Executive Officer and Master Trainer Heidi Bennett said: “Most people thinking about suicide don’t actually want to die, but they need help deciding to stay alive. Often these people considering suicide share their distress and their intent, but very discreetly.
ASIST training will help you see and respond to these invitations for help, give you the confidence to ask about suicide if you are concerned about someone's safety and provide you with the tools to help prevent the immediate risk.”
If you would like to find out more about our courses, visit click here or T: 01656 810400.
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