Crisis Support Training
Lifeline Crisis Support Training
Lifeline North Coast, on behalf of Lifeline Australia RTO 88036, will be running the nationally recognised Crisis Support Course. This course will begin the 16th February 2016. Crisis Supporter Workplace Training or CSWT is a workplace training program that builds skills of members of the general public in becoming Lifeline Crisis Supporters. Lifeline’s Crisis Supporters provide support to people in Australia who are having difficulty coping and may be at risk of suicide. This support is provided by phone or online.
Who can become a Lifeline Crisis Supporter?
Anyone is eligible to apply, provided the following criteria are met:
- Must be 18 years or over
- Must be willing to undertake a Criminal Record Check prior to acceptance into training
- Must be an Australian resident
- Must demonstrate the relevant attributes as outlined in the Crisis Supporter Position Description
- Must be willing and able to meet all annual accreditation requirements, including regular shifts, logged in hours, professional development and supervision.
Benefits of becoming a Lifeline Crisis Supporter
- Nationally accredited qualification upon determination of final competency
- Opportunity to contribute to the leading national crisis support organisation and the community
- Developing new friendships
- Developing new knowledge and skills that will assist you in other roles in every day life
- Opportunities for further development and other roles
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to enrol please contact Lifeline North coast by email: [email protected] or phone: 6651 4093