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Gain the skills to save a life

In just 20 minutes, anyone and everyone can gain the skills and confidence to help someone who may be considering suicide.  

  • It’s interactive and takes around 20 minutes
  • You can take part anytime, from anywhere (with web access)
  • When you've completed the session you can download your certificate
  • It's as simple as that - in just 20 minutes you can gain the skills to save a life!

Together we can do more and reach further, that’s why we're working with the Zero Suicide Alliance to get 1,000 people in Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent to watch the training session

It’s a lot to ask, but we believe that 1,000 people in our communities talking about suicide and gaining the skills to save a life is vital, now, more than ever.

Please tell your friends, family and colleagues about this training session and encourage them to watch it too.

By breaking the stigma and encouraging open conversations, together we can help prevent suicide in Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent.

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