STORM (skills-based training on risk management for suicide prevention) is intended for frontline workers in health, social and criminal justice services.
STORM focuses on developing the skills needed to assess and manage a person at risk of suicide. The STORM package is designed to be flexible and adaptable to the needs of a service. Training is given with the goal of four members of staff receiving training to let them deliver STORM to the remainder of their organisation.
There are two packages in suicide prevention:
STORM consists of four half-day modules:
View further information on the evidence behind STORM on the STORM skills training website (external link).
STORM is delivered locally by a network of trainers. Find the next STORM training in Scotland (external link).
If you have attended STORM and would like to become a STORM Trainer please visit the STORM Training For Trainers area.
0800 83 85 87
08457 90 90 90
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