Did you know that many teens and young adults are victims of violent crime? The statistics shown here, shared by the U.S. Department of Education, may be startling to many.
Today’s world can be a dangerous place for teens and young adults, and getting them to be interested in and empowered by the concept of personal safety is a daunting responsibility. One that leaves many education leaders wondering how to better engage students and “meet them where they are at” when it comes to providing them with the skills they need to take ownership of their safety.
Join Atomic Learning and Mindset Matters for a FREE webcast on how to spark ownership and interest in personal safety so that you can better prepare your students, faculty, and staff, as well as protect your brand.
For the past eight years, retired Navy SEAL officer Larry Yatch and his wife, Anne, have trained thousands of young adults in situational awareness, sexual assault prevention, bystander intervention and risk reduction. Their company, Mindset Matters, has partnered with Atomic Learning to create a Real World Safety program that shares best practices based on their combined knowledge and expertise.
Join us for an exclusive opportunity to learn more about the program as Anne, Personal Safety Expert, co-founder of Mindset Matters, and former Intelligence Analyst, shares timely insights on how to:
- Provide highly-relevant safety content that resonates with teens and young adults
- Empower students and faculty to take ownership of their safety
- Minimize the burden of training and time constraints
- Support the mission of your institution by promoting the development of critical “life skills”
- Enhance your school’s brand and reputation
How to Empower Students and Staff to Take Ownership of Safety On- and Off- Campus
Thursday, March 17, 2016 at 2:00 Eastern | 1:00 Central | 11:00 Pacific
Hosted by Campus Safety Magazine
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Can’t make the webinar?
Explore specialized online learning resources focused on personal safety at www.AtomicLearning.com/safety-awareness.