This session is presented in partnership with QPR institute. QPR Institute does not allow for any recording of any part of the QPR Training. The reason for this is because the topic of suicide is quite a sensitive one. Suicide can be triggering for individuals in the audience. Instructors are responsible for the safety, physical and emotional, of the participants. When conducting a live training, the Instructor is able to visually scan the audience and look for any sign of distress in the participants. If an Instructor notices anything, they are able to follow up with that individual on the spot immediately. We have conducted in person trainings where individuals have left the room during the training because they were emotionally triggered and could not finish the course. Only recently did QPR Institute allow for the training to be conducted virtually, and even virtually, there are very strict guidelines we must adhere to, otherwise we are in jeopardy of losing our credentials. For example, even virtually, there must be two Instructors, one to teach the curriculum and the other to monitor the participants and the chat box to offer assistance to anyone they think may be in distress. And it is for these reasons, the QPR can not be recorded-it's to ensure the safety of the participants. "