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Building the Foundational

Safety & Awareness For Teens

Each year thousand of our teens prepare for the real world - life after high school. Some go into the workforce other go into college locally and abroad. But are they prepared, are they truly ready for what's out there. We spend years preparing them academically, but what about their personal safety, especially for those attending colleges abroad.


These new environments bring many challenges for our teens from choices under their control to emergencies, mass shootings, threats and other factors not under their control. Are they ready for that!


Personal safety training is the ability for an individual to develop skills to respond to situations and to keep themselves safe. There has been an increased awareness of issues of personal safety for teens, particularly in the media. As parents, you should have already spoken with your children about general safety. Now, let’s extend the conversation to personal safety, they are older and about to move into the next phase of their lives.

As parents, we need to teach our teens about personal safety and responsibility to: 

  • Reduce the likelihood of them entering into an unsafe situation

  • So they know how to respond to an unsafe situation

  • Increase their sense of confidence and in doing so increase their resiliency

  • Increase their knowledge of their personal rights and ability to make right choices

  • Increase the likelihood that they will speak out if they feel unsafe, or know of unsafe activity and tell someone they trust

  • Increase their understanding self-protection

  • Increase their level  of “cautious and careful”

  • Increase their ability to handle emergencies appropriately

  • Increase their ability to avoid unhealthy attachments such as gangs or bullying

The S.T.O.P  & S.T.I.C training is specifically designed for teens, who are entering the world for work and college life, helping them to stay safe, make better decisions and be resilient. 


Stop.Take note.Imagine.Choose

Take an Active Role in Your Safety

Help your teens take an active role in their personal safety 

...know what to do before it happens

This comprehensive training includes: 


Teen/College Edition



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In any moment of decision,
the best thing you can do is the right thing, the next best thing is the wrong thing,
and the worst thing you can do is nothing. 

- Theodore Roosevelt 


What you and your teen will learn will be valuable for the rest of their lives. Training includes: 

  • Warning Signs and Situational Awareness

  • Escape, Evade, Respond and Active Violence Response Procedures

  • Emergency First Aid & Life Saving Techniques

  • Response Equipment (Bleeding Control Kits, AEDs, etc.)

  • Protect Self and Others 

  • Saying NO with confidence

  • Mental Awareness and Preparedness

  • Asking for Help without Fear or Shame

  • Psychology of Criminal Predators

  • Personal Life

  • College Campus Life 

  • Residence 

  • Technological & Phone Security

  • Social Media 

  • Cyberstalking & Bullying 

  • Sexual Assault 


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