Fatal Vision® Goggles a Hit with New England College Students During River Day

Fatal Vision® Goggles a Hit with New England College Students During River Day

Published July 21, 2022

Opioid, marijuana, and alcohol impairment goggles used to engage and educate.   COVID-19 has disrupted all our lives. For New England College in New Hampshire, the pandemic delayed its use of three Fatal Vision® product kits — the Marijuana Campaign Kit, the Alcohol Campaign Kit, and the Opioid Program Kit — for two years. But […]

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5 Resources for New Alcohol Awareness Program Ideas

Published June 22, 2022

Keep your program fresh and engaging with ideas from these sources.   Teaching young people about serious topics like alcohol abuse is no small task. There’s a lot of competition for their attention, and engaging with them in a meaningful way can be challenging. That’s why it’s essential that, as an educator, you’re always looking […]

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5 Essential Opioid Abuse Prevention Tips & Statistics

Published May 12, 2022

Use this helpful information in your opioid abuse prevention program.   Opioid misuse and abuse aren’t always well-understood topics. After all, opioids are legal when prescribed by a medical professional, but they can lead to a slippery slope toward addiction when misused.   Sharing real-life statistics and tips can help participants in your opioid abuse […]

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6 Alcohol Awareness Program Ideas for College Students

Published April 18, 2022

Share the importance of alcohol safety with these engaging program ideas. Heading off to college is one of the most exciting times in a young person’s life, but with all of their newfound independence, it’s also crucial to teach them about alcohol safety. Here are some alcohol awareness programs to consider adding to your orientation […]

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Drunk Driving Prevention Ideas: 5 Ways to Promote Safe Driving in An Alcohol Awareness Program

Published December 16, 2021

Use these tips to get your message about the dangers of drunk driving across. It doesn’t matter if you are teaching children, adolescents, or adults about the dangers of drunk driving — driving while under the influence of alcohol is a serious topic with severe consequences. But how can you reach your audience to effectively […]

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Drowsy Driving Prevention Activities for Your Educational Program

Published December 9, 2021

Use these drowsy driving prevention ideas to boost your program Teaching students how to drive safely comes with a load of responsibility, covering all the distractions that might come their way while on the road. So how can you create memorable drowsy driving prevention activities that will impact participants enough to think twice before getting behind […]

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“Plan My Ride” changes lives in health class in Oregon, WI

Published July 29, 2021

COVID-19 upended life for many over the past year. However, it created an opportunity for the Oregon School District in Wisconsin. The opportunity was to test-pilot Innocorp’s interactive online training and immersive skill-building experience, Plan My Ride, with students.  The Plan My Ride course adapts easily to students because it is a self-paced curriculum. It […]

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Must-Have Resources for Your Virtual Traffic Safety Program

Published June 22, 2021

If you’re planning an online traffic safety course, these resources will help you create an engaging, effective program that’s sure to stick with students.

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How to Teach the Effects of Alcohol and Marijuana on Driving

Published May 17, 2021

It’s essential to educate on the effects that alcohol and marijuana have on driving, especially if used in combination. Fortunately, Innocorp has developed several alcohol and marijuana educational products that help you teach about the effects of these substances on driving. Keep reading to learn about these products and how they can improve your alcohol education program.

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Virtual Learning Resources for Your Alcohol Education Program

Published December 10, 2020

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many alcohol education programs have had to go remote. These virtual learning resources can help your alcohol education program make an impact, even while remote.

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