How to Talk to Kids About Drugs

How to Talk to Kids About Drugs

Become an expert in talking to kids about drugs, whether it be your kid or a bunch of kids.

What you’ll learn

  • How to enlighten kids about the dangers of drugs
  • How to get a kid to value and accept your opinion

  • Knowledge and information about different common street and prescription drugs

  • How to discredit drug dealers
Requirements
  • You need to be a parent, concerned adult or friend of a child or person who is at risk of being offered drugs
 
Description

This course is a very user friendly course where you will gain the knowledge and confidence to be at a level where you can talk to children and adults about the dangers of drug use.

Who better to speak to your kids about delicate subjects than you? This is a skill that is taught in this course and there are drills so that you become competent. This course, like any is an applicable technology and the tips and facts given need to be practiced until you have it down cold.

Drugs are a very destructive factor in our society and there is very little practical information out there that parents can embrace and become more in control of your child’s future and ultimately your own too. Its really not that difficult when you have the correct information and can use it.

There is only one way to handle the drug epidemic that is currently destroying our culture, and that’s education. Knowledge is power! This course will give you the power you need.

Trapping suppliers, dealers and addicts in police sting operations is a very reactive way of dealing with the situation. As is trying to rehabilitate an addict. It is a lot of work and effort and a heart breaking activity. All this could be avoided if we just armed the population with the correct information.

You will need to know how kids think, how dealers operate and know the different kinds of drugs. You will need to know what to look out for when talking to kids, and what signs to look for in a suspected addict or user. All this is covered in this course and you will learn it and drill it. You will need someone to help you drill it on some of the practicals, but that will make it interactive and fun.

 

Who this course is for:
  • Parents
  • Concerned adults
  • Friends
  • Teachers
  • Pastors
  • Caregivers
  • Community Leaders
  • Social Workers