The CONVA security training offers a safety training for children in collaboration with the Albert-Schweitzer-Schule, Neuss. Read more here: Doug Band. Girls and boys learn how to handle threatening situations. Chicane on the schoolyard, robbery or bullying: children are usually completely overwhelmed in these situations. Therefore, the trainer of CONVA security training in collaboration with the Albert-Schweitzer-Schule in Neuss host an assertiveness training for children. 14th-16th October 2011, (exact times see below) exercise boys and girls between the ages of six and ten years, how they can deal with threatening situations.
Role-playing games where the children hands-on practice, strengthen the own self confidence as they are at the heart of the training: it is now through the targeted use of body language or words. Effective self-defense methods are also on the agenda. The parents of the children will be asked to be present during the training days in the seminary. Conveys how their children in separate rounds of working parents get tips and tricks can support, use the behaviors tested in the seminar. It is important that training only with situations is working, that equally can happen in everyday life. The learned must be immediately applicable”, Jorg Frohlich of CONVA security training. In addition, also recent scientific results from the prevention research incorporated into the children’s training. “We constantly check the quality of our own seminars, they are also common professional, methodical and scientific standards”, says psychologist Dr.
Angela Derkum by the Scientific Advisory Board of CONVA security training. The seminar in the Albert-Schweitzer-Schule is an internal training of school. However, a few places are been kept free also for external interested parties. Interested parents can get content and process of the seminar at the free information event in the Albert-Schweitzer-Schule on Tuesday, 27 September, 19.30 – 20.30 clock, an impression of. The media are Welcome to participate as a guest at the seminar.