Thursday, November 12, 2020

Virtual Training: CAMS Suicide Prevention Training Opportunity

Tuesday, December 8th, 2020 Virtual CAMS Training

The Office of Suicide Prevention is pleased to announce that they have finalized a date for their next free, virtual CAMS suicide prevention training. The training will be held on Tuesday December 8, 2020, as an 8-hour, single-day, online format. Please visit this registration link for more information and to register.


  • DEADLINE: Please complete the registration form no later than November 20, 2020 for priority consideration. Before attending the role-playing course on December 8th, you will need to complete a ~4-hr online video course, so earlier registration will help give you enough time to complete the video course.
  • PLEASE NOTE: Because attendance at each training is capped by the CAMS-Care trainers, there may not be enough space for everyone who registers. The OSP will work to connect providers who are not able to attend this training to additional CAMS training opportunities throughout the remainder of 2020 and 2021.
  • MORE CAMS TRAINING INFORMATION: The OSP is offering a three-part CAMS training module to participants: (1) a 3.5-hour online video; (2) a 8-hour, single-day, online training with a National CAMS Expert and Trainer via Zoom; (3) up to 6 case consultation calls after the online training, held by the National CAMS trainer, to answer additional questions and provide assistance with using the CAMS framework. Before taking the on-site full-day CAMS training, participants must complete a 3.5-hour CAMS online video course that should be completed before the on-site training. 

Please reach out to Dymond Ruybal in the Office of Suicide Prevention, [email protected], if you have any questions.