The Burnt Chef Project Launches Accredited Suicide Prevention Training Programme


Globally recognised not-for-profit, The Burnt Chef Project, has announced the launch of two accredited suicide prevention training programmes, SFA Lite and SFAUSI (Suicide First Aid through Understanding Suicide Interventions) in association with Suicide First Aid and MHFA England. Simultaneously, The Burnt Chef Project has also introduced a Global Critical Incident Support Service to support hospitality establishments that may have experienced a critical incident.

The Burnt Chef Project builds the capability of owners, line managers and employees by providing training to enhance the awareness of mental health and provide supportive skills to management teams to open conversation and support to those who are experiencing ill mental health.

If you are interested in finding out more about the Suicide Prevention Training or would simply like to find out more about the ongoing work of The Burnt Chef Project, please visit www.theburntchefproject.com/training

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