We offer a number of video, online and in-person best practice training options related to suicide prevention. Find the training solution that is right for you or your organization.
ASK About Suicide To Save A Life is a best practice gatekeeper training that teaches how to identify suicide risk factors, protective factors, warning signs & appropriate referral strategies. We offer three training options: view ASK videos for online certification, view videos along with backup materials, or in person workshops. It is a best practice based training listed in the BPR Section III Adherence to Standards.
The ASK certification training is intended to meet Texas K-12 public school suicide prevention training requirements and other suicide prevention training needs. Our online and video ASK trainings are free of charge.
This is a one hour best practice online video training for gatekeepers, providing certification for educators and others.
Five-part video training includes a PowerPoint presentation, summary, support materials, transcripts & statistics. For anyone who does not require certification or are looking for review materials.
Trainers for ASK about Suicide to Save a Life workshops are available statewide and may be in your community. For more information about our 1-1/2 to 4 hour workshops contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Additional Training & Resources
Free video training and resources.
The Stories of Help and Hope video series contains nine videos and discussion guides.
Tips from Jenna Heise, State Suicide Prevention Coordinator, Texas DSHS; Mike Maples, Deputy Commissioner, Texas DSHS and Dr. Kari Wolf, Seton Mind Institute.
Through our development partnership with Kognito Interactive, we offer online training options for colleges and public schools.