The Kimberley Way: Indigenous Suicide Prevention Training
|Description||The Australian Psychological Society (APS), with the funding of the Australian Government Department of Health and Ageing, has developed a professional development training package around Indigenous suicide prevention for allied health professionals working in the Kimberley region.
The aim of the Indigenous Suicide Prevention Training is to develop an allied health professional's understanding of suicide prevention specific to individuals and communities within the Kimberley region.
Upon completing this training course and after successfully completing the required assessment tasks for each module, eligible psychologists, social workers, mental health nurses, occupational therapists and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health workers will be eligible to work under the ATAPS Suicide Prevention Service in the Kimberley.
You should be able to access this online CPD with a modern computer (including access to a printer) that is less than three years old. Please check with your IT supplier and your internet provider that your computer and internet service has the following:
An internet connection with a minimum of 512Kbps bandwidth
An audio device such as speakers or headphones
A screen with a minimum resolution of 1024 x 768 pixels
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[APS Institute CPD]
|Location||Australia Wide, Australia|
|Start/End Date||16 Apr 2012 to 31 Dec 2015|
|Time||Online CPD can be accessed 24 hours a day|
|Cost||Health professionals working in the Kimberley region = Free; Other professionals not working in the Kimberley region = $250.00 (inclusive of GST)|
|Notes||Please note - The cost of developing this training course has been subsidised by the Department of Health and Ageing.|
|Organiser||APS National Office|
|Contact Name||APS National Office|