Free trainings are available through Student Health and Wellness for students, faculty, and staff. The trainings cover a wide range of topics including substance use, mental health, violence prevention and more.
Trainings can be requested for groups—such as offices, departments, student organizations, chapter or teams. In addition, faculty, students and staff may sign up individually for a pre-scheduled training during the fall semester.
Question, Persuade, Refer (QPR) Mental Health Training
QPR (Question, Persuade, and Refer) Gatekeeper Training for Suicide Prevention is a one hour educational program designed to teach lay and professional “gatekeepers” the warning signs of a suicide crisis and how to respond. Learn more about this program here.
Cyclone Support Training
Cyclone Support Training is for Faculty, staff and student leaders at ISU to learn skills in helping identify potential wellbeing issues affecting students and connecting students to resources for support using the Ask, Evoke, Refer model. Learn more about this program here.
Recovery Ally Training
Student Health and Wellness offers a 90 minute Recovery Ally training for students, faculty, and staff focused on how to support students in recovery or seeking recovery. All participants receive a FREE T-SHIRT, button, sticker and placard. Learn more about this program here.
Green Dot (Violence Prevention) Training
There are three types of Green Dot Training available for students, faculty, and staff.
Learn more about all Green Dot trainings at this link.
For additional information about these programs and other services, feel free to email Student Wellness.