Lockdown Drills for Youth Programs: Planning, Practice, and Protection
Join host: Dr. Chris Thurber and special guests: Lee Geiling for 45-minutes of enlightening discussion as well as live Q & A.
This is an important topic that every camp should be considering and preparing themselves for which is why we've made it FREE for all camp professionals.
Date: Tuesday November 19, 2019
Time: 1:00pm ET
Length: 45 minutes
All over the world, violence is an unfortunate part of life. In this must-see webinar, Dr. Chris Thurber hosts camp safety expert Lee Geiling to discusses the essential components every youth program should include in their lockdown drill.
Mr. Geiling, who twice served as a safety consultant to the Olympic Games, was the on-site adviser to EOT as the team wrote and filmed their newest video, "Lockdown Drills for Youth Programs: Planning, Practice, and Protection."
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