Children's Safety Seminars
Children's safety seminars focus on the three R's of safety: Recognize, Resist, and Report. Each seminar emphasizes different aspects of self-defense depending on the age of the group. Older children and teens may focus primarily on practical self-defense techniques (Resist) while younger children emphasize getting attention from parents or other adults (Recognize and Report).
Personal Safety Seminars (Ages 6 to 10)
The best form of self-defense and safety is to see the situation before it becomes really dangerous. Though this seminar, children learn ways to recognize potentially dangerous situations such as busy roads, dark or unsafe locations, and strange cars or people following them. Children also learn safety measures like family code words and other ways to avoid a situation. These seminars work best with active participation from parents or guardians.
Self Defense Seminars (Ages 11 to 16)
These seminars focus on techniques for resisting being kidnapped or attacked. Participants learn how to utilize their voice to draw attention, where to strike, and how to best use their size. These seminars may address difficult topics and parents or guardians should be prepared for those conversations with their teens.
Due to the strong in person content and benefit to these seminars, Children's Safety seminars have been temporarily suspended during the pandemic. Please contact us for options on private seminars
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