- Can we host adult trainings if our educational community or organization has recently experienced a completed suicide?
Which adult education training should I take first?
We recommend that you take the Trevor Ally Training prior to attending a Trevor CARE Training.
Who can attend adult education trainings?
The skills learned in our Ally and CARE trainings are applicable to a variety of different health and human service providers, professional educators, school staff and adults who work with young people.
Can you focus training curriculum on a particular issue?
Absolutely – once you submit your training request we will follow up with you to gather more information about your specific needs. We have experience focusing on:
- LGBTQ 101
- Homelessness and LGBTQ youth
- Keeping Transgender Youth Safe
- Family Behaviors: What Can Increase or Decrease the Risk?
- Bullying and Suicide: What is the connection?
- Safe Messaging: Talking About Suicide and LGBTQ Youth
- LGBTQ Youth, Faith and Religious Communities
- LGBTQ Students and the College Environment
- State or Regional Policy and Data
What size audience is best?
We try not to present for more than 100 people at a time. If you have more than 100 people who would like to attend, we are able to do more than one training a day or offer a webinar instead.
How long are these trainings?
Anywhere from 1 to 3 hours; trainings can be adjusted to fit most settings.
How far in advance should I request in-person trainings?
We need at least 3-weeks-notice, but the sooner you can give us a date, the better.
Can you do these trainings in Spanish?
At this time we only offer workshops in English.
Who can request adult education trainings?
In-person trainings are available to educators and youth service providers in:
New York City and the tri-state metro area (New Jersey, Connecticut, Long Island)
Los Angeles, CA
Tulare County, CA
San Francisco, CA
San Diego, CA
Washington, D.C. metro area
For individuals who want to request a workshop and who are outside of the above listed areas there are two options available: You can take advantage of our monthly webinars or on a limited basis, The Trevor Project’s education staff will travel to conduct trainings in other locations upon request. For these requests, please contact Nathan Belyeu, 212-695-8650 x330.
How much does attending or hosting in-person trainings cost?
Nothing – it’s free!
Can we host adult trainings if our educational community or organization has recently experienced a completed suicide?
The Trevor Project offers suicide prevention trainings. These are not postvention resources and cannot be conducted in a school or community where there has been a completion within the last year.
Sources of Postvention Consultation