Just as people trained in CPR and the Heimlich Manoeuvre have helped saved thousands of lives each year, people trained in QPR learn how to recognize the warning signs of a suicide. They learn to question, persuade, and refer someone for help. By becoming a trained QPR Gatekeeper, you can help save the life of a friend, colleague, sibling, student, neighbour, or team member.
Learn how to respond when others are in crisis:
Understand suicidal behavior
Recognize signs of suicide
Learn the QPR method (question, persuade, refer) to offer hope & help
Earn a certificate in QPR
Who should attend this workshop?
Teachers, advisors, lecturers
Non-profit community leaders
Team managers and supervisors
Friends and family of those affected by suicide
Who will be leading this workshop?
Raymond Lee (click for profile)
Cost: RM 60 per person. This is a certified training workshop. Scholarships available, learn more here.
All interested attendees and scholarship applicants must apply in order to attend this QPR workshop. The application is not meant to be competitive but for us to better understand you and to ensure our trainers are aware of your background and needs.
Applications are approved within 3-5 days. You will only pay for your fee after you have been accepted for this QPR training. Seats are limited to 35 pax only.
THE MENTAL WELLNESS TASKFORCE SERIES
WHAT IS IT?
The Mental Wellness Taskforce Series is an extension of the Mentalogue's mission to increase access to mental services to all. By providing workshops, training, public lectures, we hope to grow a taskforce of individuals ready to respond to mental health concerns that arise in our individual communities.
Through this task force, we empower our community's teachers, non-profit and religious leaders, and private-sector managers and business executives to be cognizant of mental health issues and to build a culture of inclusivity and sensitivity at their place of work and worship.
We will also empower members of the public to respond appropriately and supportively in times when friends and family are suffering. By providing evidence-based techniques to the public, we can create a more positive social and family environment to those suffering from mental illness.
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