If gunfire erupts in the classroom will your college student know what to do?
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Seattle, WA (PRWEB) March 28, 2010
With spring break on the minds of many college-bound seniors and co-eds, Personal Safety Training Group Founder (http://www.personalsafetygroup.com) Larry Kaminer asks an important, potentially life-saving question to remind kids and their parents of a daunting reality. “If shots are fired on campus, in the classroom or at the mall, would you know what to do in a situation where every second counts?” To empower young people to react when disaster strikes, Kaminer, himself the survivor of a shooting, has joined with the Evergreen Safety Council (http://www.esc.org) to offer a free two-hour workshop to share essential strategies designed to give you the best chance of surviving one of these terrifying situations.
Hosted by – Personal Safety Training Group & Evergreen Safety Council
Date: Thursday, April 22nd, 2010
Location: Evergreen Safety Council - 401 Pontius Seattle, WA 98109
Parking: Available in Evergreens lot off Harrison. Street parking also available.
Cost: This training is offered at no charge, thanks to the co sponsorship of Evergreen Safety Council and Personal Safety Training Group.
Space is limited to the first 50 people to RSVP.
To Register: Click here
Who should attend: High school juniors and seniors, college students, and a parent/s.
About Personal Safety Training Group:
Personal Safety Training Group helps corporations and members of the community maximize their personal safety with practical strategies focused on the avoidance of crime. All programs focus on enhancing situational awareness, understanding the victim selection process, and reinforcing the importance of intuition. The goal: teaching people to present themselves as harder targets to the criminal element. The company’s popular onsite corporate training on “Active Shooter/ Gunman in the Building” debuted as a live 90 minute webinar earlier this month.
To learn more, call Larry Kaminer at (206) 420-1808, and visit http://www.personalsafetygroup.com.