Refuse To Be A Victim for High School and College Students

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This will be a version of Refuse To Be A Victim specifically oriented at helping high school and college age young adults learn what they can do to stay safe as they go off on their own, many for the first time in their lives.

The class description:

Are your kids spending more time on their own now that they or their friends can drive? Are they heading off to college or moving out on their own? Give them the knowledge and confidence to keep themselves safe wherever they are. Students will learn how to avoid trouble and, in the unlikely event they are faced with a situation, options for dealing with it whether it's on campus, traveling to or from school or work, or running errands. Youth will leave with confidence and an increased awareness of their environment.

This class is offered through the Lakeville MN Community Education program and will be shortened to 3 hours focusing primarily on the safety topics most relevant to the intended student age group of  grades 11 through age 21.

 You can register by following this link, then select "Personal Enrichment," and locate it under the title"Refuse To Be a Victim." Unfortunately, there doesn't seem to be a way for me to directly link you to the program's registration page.

About the basic Refuse To Be A Victim Seminar

The single most important step you can make toward ensuring your personal safety is making the decision to refuse to be a victim. This means that you must have an overall personal safety strategy in place before you need it.

Through a three-hour seminar called Refuse To Be A Victim® you can learn the personal safety tips and techniques you need to avoid dangerous situations and avoid becoming a victim.

The topics presented in the Refuse To Be A Victim® seminar include,

  • Mental peparedness
  • How to make your home more secure
  • Improving your physical security in various environments
  • Safety precautions when driving
  • Safeguarding yourself and items with traveling
  • Technological Security
  • What to consider when choosing physical self-defense training
  • Personal protection devices


We look forward to seeing you there!


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