QPR Gatekeeper Training
JOIN THOUSANDS OF TRAINED FACULTY, STAFF & STUDENTS…
IN ONLY 2 HOURS YOU CAN LEARN HOW TO HELP SAVE SOMEONE'S LIFE!
Current Training Sessions for Spring 2014:
|Thursday||January 30||12:00 - 2:00|
|Monday||February 3||12:30 - 2:30|
|Thursday||February 13||5:30 - 7:30|
|Friday||February 28||9:00 - 11:00|
|Monday||March 17||3:00 - 5:00|
|Thursday||April 3||11:30 - 1:30|
|Monday||April 14||3:30 - 5:30|
|Friday||April 25||12:30 - 2:30|
|Thursday||May 1||12:00 - 2:00|
SURVEYS AND STUDIES HAVE FOUND . . .
- Suicide is the second leading cause of death for college students.
- Up to 5% of college students had attempted suicide while in college.
- About 1 in every 10 college students seriously contemplate or threaten suicide.
- One college student in twelve had made a suicide plan.
- Suicide prevention training is effective in lowering the number of suicides on campuses, and this has been the case at A&M.
- Those who have attended A&M's QPR training report they are more knowledgeable and comfortable about suicide and believe they are more likely to intervene with a troubled student in the future.
Every year at A&M a significant number of students attempt suicide...and many years there has been one or more suicide deaths.
TWO HOURS OF CERTIFIED QPR GATEKEEPER TRAINING TEACHES YOU . . .
- How to recognize the signs that someone may be at risk for suicide,
- What to do or say (or not do or say) if you think someone might be at risk for suicide,
- Where and how to refer someone who is depressed or considering suicide
QPR stands for Question, Persuade, & Refer, the three skills you learn as a QPR Gatekeeper.
THOSE WHO HAVE ATTENDED SAID . . .
- "Powerful, pertinent, a must have. It is practical and empowering."
- "One of the very best training sessions I've attended. Very educational, timely, and kinda fun."
- "Some people have a gift of naturally handling stressful situations -- QPR gives everyone a tool to make this difficult task easier."
- "This will open your eyes to the reality of suicide & provide you the tools to save someone's life."
- "It is really beneficial considering the stress that college students or loved ones can be under."
- "Everyone who is a friend, co-worker, parent can use this. It is not workplace or student specific."
Here's how to become a QPR Suicide Prevention Gatekeeper
When you click below on "request a presentation," be sure to:
For other information about QPR contact Dr. Kerry Hope at QPR@scs.tamu.edu.