In a dangerous situation, being aware of a threat even seconds before may help keep someone safe. It gives them time to act instead of reacting. For decades, the military and law enforcement have taught it to their personnel. However, situational awareness training is not exclusive to their training regimens. Most experts agree that situational awareness is the number one skill for the safety of everyone.
On September 26th, National Situational Awareness Day brings attention to personal safety. ThinkSafe Seminars would like to provide you with strategies to increase your awareness EVERY DAY! These 2 classes are open to the public. Space is limited - REGISTER NOW!