Lifeline Community and Corporate Training

We offer a number of training programs  in the areas of Suicide Prevention, Domestic Violence, Mental Health and  Crisis Support. These are delivered by our registered trainers and some have an e-learning component. To discuss your training needs contact Lifeline on: 5222 2255 or by email: Office hours are Mon – Thur 9am-4pm.

ASISTFree suicide prevention workshop funded by Give Where You Live for people with Not for Profit organisations in the Geelong region.

For more info:

June 18th and 19th – 9am-5pm both days. to book now!

SafeTALK is a half-day workshop that prepares participants to identify people with thoughts of suicide and connect them with life-saving first aid resources. For more info:

May 25th 9 30am – 12.30pm.  Click here to book now!

DV-aware is a 2-hour awareness session that helps raise the awareness of the public around the issue of domestic and family violence. For more info:

We will update the next session dates once confirmed.

Mental Health First Aid is a 12 hour course that teaches adults (18 years and over) how to provide initial support to adults who are developing a mental illness or experiencing a mental health crisis.  For more info:

Email for a registration form.


Accidental Counsellor is an e-learning and half day face to face training that aims to teach participants basic skills in recognising, responding and referring someone experiencing a crisis.

We will update the next session dates once confirmed.

MHAware is an e-learning and 4hr face to face course aimed at recognising, responding and referring people experiencing mental health problems.

We will update the next session dates once confirmed.

Read the Signs is a program aimed at promoting help-seeking and suicide prevention among members of MTAA Super and employers in the retail motor trades and allied industries.

We will update the next session dates once confirmed.

Lifeline Geelong on behalf of Lifeline Australia RTO 88036 delivers the following nationally recognised training:

DV-alert workshops are for health, allied health and community frontline workers. General Workshops involve attending a two-day practical workshop where you’ll learn how to recognise the signs of domestic and family violence, how to respond to someone experiencing domestic and family violence and what best practice methods should be used to refer people on to the most appropriate support service. (Government funded ) for more info and to register see: 

7 and 8th June 9am-5pm – register via


Fact Sheets

We have fact sheets available on many issues that can help clients and their families in our region. They include quick tips about a range of mental health issues and help seeking more information. What is family violence? Coping with financial pressures Coping with stress What is suicide bereavement? You may also find useful information in our tool…

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We have comprehensive information and advice on a range of mental health issues and help seeking topics and more information. Aboriginal suicide prevention Caring for someone with a mental illness Coping with sorrow, loss and grief Domestic violence Getting through the drought Help for men experiencing difficult times Help when you’re feeling down Helping someone…

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