Online Courses

SPRC`s self-paced online courses will improve your knowledge and skills in suicide prevention. They are especially for clinicians and other service providers, educators, health professionals, public officials, and members of community-based coalitions who are responsible for developing and implementing effective suicide prevention programs and policies.

All courses are free of charge and open to anyone.

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We are excited to announce that our most popular online course, Counseling on Access to Lethal Means (CALM) will be replaced with a new version in early December. If you are enrolled in the current CALM course and would like to finish it, you will need to do so by December 7, 2018.

Available courses

SPRC`s current list of self-paced online courses:
This online course teaches professionals who work in emergency departments how to conduct screening, assessment, and brief interventions with patients at risk of suicide.
Access to lethal means can determine whether a person who is suicidal lives or dies. This course helps providers develop effective safety plans for people at risk of suicide.
This course can help you identify activities that will be effective in addressing the problem of suicide and assist with prioritizing efforts among the different options.
This course presents readily-accessible sources of data that can help you understand the suicide problem in your state or community, and determine which data are most useful for informing your prevention activities.