Lifeline Adelaide’s trainers are experts in Suicide First Aid, and have significant experience and training.
Kat presents the Lifeline Crisis Supporter Workplace Training Information Sessions to those in the community interested in volunteer Crisis Support with the 13 11 14 service, and has also developed and delivered various professional development workshops for staff and volunteers within Lifeline Adelaide, corporate workplaces, community and not-for profit-organisations.
She delivers Crisis Supporter Workplace Training to our new volunteers, and oversees the delivery of Lifeline practice in both phone room and online chat.
Kat has previously delivered ReadTheSigns awareness sessions to motor trades apprentices, as well as numerous LivingWorks ASIST programs to the community.
Jenny Willing ’s experience with Lifeline Adelaide spans a ten-year period. With her diverse professional skills and knowledge, she works collaboratively with a dedicated committed team delivering a variety of training workshops for the prevention of suicide. Jenny’s passion as an educator and a trainer is to encourage, support and empower others to learn.Read More
Her work also extends to the roles of Volunteer Group Facilitator, Mentor, and Assessor of student and provisional Crisis Supporters. A former Registered Nurse and Midwife, Jenny incorporates into these roles her experiences as an Antenatal Educator, and Facilitator of Graduate Midwives and midwifery students. Her qualifications also include a Graduate Diploma in Social Science (Health Counselling), Certificate IV Training and Assessment, and Certificate IV in Telephone Counselling.