Campus Safety – Women’s Guide to Safety and Prevention of Violence
- 1 in 5 college women in the US have been sexually assaulted
- 5 million women have been threatened with a firearm
How to recognize potential violence and take steps to keep yourself safe: learn preventive measures, what to do, what not to do, and the steps to safety.
Watch this NBC News clip about a woman who was attacked and how she could have escaped and defended herself with advice and training from former Israel Defense Forces lieutenant Chanan.
Chanan has created this program for personal safety education and training, which include harassment and violence prevention protocols.
He has trained Secret Service to protect Presidents, can you imagine what this training can do for you and your daughters going to college!
11 reasons you need to take this class:
- Colleges do not give or provide any training or guidance on how to avoid sexual/ bullying/aggression/ attacks.
- 1 in 5 women will become victims of sexual assault in college
- Serial rapists target college campuses, with an average of 6 rapists each un-reported
- Attackers evaluate how much you are going to fight the attack based on 5 factors we are going to share with you
- 1 in 2 adult survivors of rape has experienced it more than once
- 3 most common places attacks will happen
- Protection from sexual assaults and knowing how to de-escalate situations
- Improving mental health, anxiety, depression, panic attacks, motivation, and confidence
- Steps you can take to prevent violent incidents while in college
- Recognizing warning signs of violence/danger and how to stop it before it happens
- Avoiding the biggest mistakes you can make when confronted
Race, age, sex, and money are not factors in becoming a victim – The main factor is not being ready.
This is for you:
✓ If you are going to college
✓ If you have a daughter going to college
What you will learn:
- Violence against women
- Violence and sexual attacks in college and the street
- Places to avoid or to be on high alert
- Red flags
- #1 safety principle of personal protection
- 3 elements of attack
- 4 victim mindset errors
- Types of confrontation
- 3 stages of contact and prevention
- Targeting vulnerabilities
- Trusting our intuition and proactive response
- Multiple attackers
- Preventive action plan
- Response protocols
- De-escalation and protection strategies
- Self-confidence and situational awareness
- Protection from sexual assaults
- Mental & physical toughness
- Improving mental health, anxiety, and depression
A woman is raped every 2 minutes somewhere in the US
Keep yourself and your loved ones safe by taking the most practical and comprehensive training possible – created by a former Israeli military trainer. Sign up today for this personalized 10-session training.