Car Seat Safety Class -United States Registrants- $75.00$75.00Add to cartView Cart
Motor vehicle collisions are a leading cause of fatal injury for children in much of the United States. The best protection comes from a properly installed car seat, but studies show that up to 90% of car seats are used incorrectly. In this virtual Car Seat Safety Class, taught by a senior Nationally Certified Child Passenger Safety Technician, you will learn the best practices of the five-stage journey of car seat safety with detailed attention to the first stage of this journey. This class will also review the characteristics of how to choose a car seat for your newborn, how to adjust the 5-point harness properly, and review the methods of installation to safely install a car seat in a motor vehicle and avoid common misuses. The class will also cover what non-regulated products are and if they're useful and safe. Although the class format cannot provide for personal car seat inspection, time will be provided for questions and answers.
This Car Seat Safety class is 75 minutes to 2 hours, live webinar available through the Zoom platform. This class is best suited for an expectant family starting their car seat safety journey, new families anxious about keeping their baby safe in a motor vehicle, a caretaker wanting a refresher of motor vehicle safety information, grandparents honing updated information and people feeling there are just too many choices and options and not sure where to start.
Classes are offered on the following dates and run from 9:00am to approximately 11:00am Pacific Time. US Registrants only at present:
Saturdays, Nov. 13, 2021
Saturdays, Jan. 8/March 12/May 14/Sept 11, 2022
Sunday, July 10, 2022
Safety and Security Habits for Educators (book)$34.95Add to cartView Cart
Learn how to use strategies and habits described within this valuable volume to increase your safety and security readiness as well as to greatly improve your survival chances during critical incidents that could occur at your school or on your own personal time in your home or in public places.
Author, Eric Combs, examines the human psyche under stress, history and types of threats against schools, and strategies and habits to employ while creating a safer school campus WITHOUT creating a fearful place that looks more like a prison that a place of learning.
Eric identifies common threats to your own personal physical security as well as threats to you emanating from the digital world, and he offers you strategies and habits to reduce the possibility of you becoming a victim in either of these arenas.