VaARNG Suicide Prevention Warrior Task 2

Annual Suicide Prevention Training
Rating: 4.1 out of 5 (497 ratings)
1,347 students
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VaARNG Suicide Prevention Warrior Task 2
Rating: 4.1 out of 5 (497 ratings)
1,347 students
Annual Suicide Prevention Training

Requirements

  • NO

Description

This is the Virginia Army National Guard's annual suicide prevention training for FY20.  This training focuses on how to recognize the signs of suicide, intervene safely and effectively, and transition an individual who is thinking about suicide to a helping resource.  Warrior Task 2 focuses on developing these skills during non face-to-face interactions such as calls, texts, or social medial.  Once this training is completed and the final exam submitted you will receive an email certificate that you can turn in to you units readiness NCO to show that you completed the training.

Who this course is for:

  • Virginia Army National Guard

Course content

4 sections • 12 lectures • 35m total length
  • trailer
    01:11
  • Introduction
    02:30
  • Questions to Consider 1
    1 question

Instructors

VaARNG Suicide Prevention Program Manager
Ashley Parsons-Crowder
  • 4.1 Instructor Rating
  • 497 Reviews
  • 1,347 Students
  • 1 Course

Ashley Parsons-Crowder is the Suicide Prevention Program Manager (SPPM) for the VaARNG.  This course is the new and updated Annual Suicide Prevention Training. If you have questions, concerns, or need additional resources, please contact me at 434-298-6149 (o) or ashley.d.parsons-crowder.ctr@mail.mil.  For emergencies, please contact the Veteran Crisis Line at 1-800-273-8255.

Risk Reduction Coordinator
Bill Barthel
  • 4.1 Instructor Rating
  • 497 Reviews
  • 1,347 Students
  • 1 Course

After 16 years in the military Bill now works as a Dystech contractor providing risk reduction services to the VAARNG, covering substance abuse, and Suicide prevention.  Bill spent 4 years in the Marines as a finance tech, prior to joining the Iowa National guard as an infantrymen.  Bill then changed MOS to 56M Religious affairs SPC, which he deployed to Afghanistan as before transferring to the Virginia National Guard, where he served as 56M for the 329th RSG.  also working as the G3/G1 MOB NCO for several years, and the Drug Testing Coordinator leading him to his current position!