Leading the way to better mental health and suicide prevention
Lifeline WA delivers training for corporate, government and community organisations on topics including:
Domestic and family violence
Effective communication skills
Mental wellbeing and self care
Lifeline WA offers a range of flexible delivery methods for our workshops. Participants require:
A reliable internet connection
A webcam (built in or plug in)
Speakers and a microphone (built in, or plug in like a headset)
We are currently delivering face to face training, provided that physical distancing and room capacity requirements can be met.
For general enquiries, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or complete the enquiry form below.
Courses by Lifeline WA
Click on the links below to find out more about each training course we offer.
Why train with us?
Lifeline WA is a local volunteer-based not-for-profit organisation, with over 50-years of experience providing crisis support. The knowledge and skills gleaned over this period have informed the development of evidence-based training programs that strengthen the resilience and resourcefulness of our WA community.
Passionate about building individual and community resilience and educating people to reduce stigma surrounding mental health and suicide, the Lifeline WA training team is made up of a diverse group of skilled trainers. Working together to ensure people do not have to face their darkest moments alone, each trainer brings their unique voice, expertise, and experiences to the team. Utilising a flexible format to encourage interactive participation and increase learner engagement, the team are adept at contextualising training to ensure the content is relevant and practically applicable to individual workplaces, as well as every-day life.