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Welcome

Your curiosity has brought you this far. How about go a little farther and learn more about how you can help us to help our youth to steer clear of drugs...

Join Our Team of Champions: Educate and Inspire!
 

Are you a former police officer, social worker, or just someone passionate about making a difference?

We are seeking dedicated people to join our dynamic team in promoting and providing education on the dangers of drugs to schools across the UK.
 

Why Join Us?

  • Make a Real Impact: Use your unique skills, passions, and experience to educate young minds about the dangers of drugs.

  • Nationwide Reach: Travel to schools throughout your area and expand across the UK, delivering vital information and inspiring positive choices.

  • Supportive Community: Work alongside a team of like-minded individuals committed to creating a safer future for our youth.
     

What We Offer:

  • Comprehensive Training: Equip yourself with the latest educational tools and strategies to effectively engage students.

  • Flexible Schedule: You will be self-employed and working the hours that best suits you, giving you the freedom to create a work-life balance that fits your lifestyle.

  • Competitive Compensation: Receive an above average commission compensation which will reflect your commitment.
     

Who We're Looking For:

  • Experienced Professionals: Former police officers with a background in drug prevention or community engagement.

  • Excellent Communicators: Individuals who can connect with students and convey important messages clearly and effectively.

  • Passionate Advocates: People dedicated to making a positive impact on the next generation.
     

Key Responsibilities:

  • Deliver Educational Sessions: Our materials are designed for students to self-study online, making your primary responsibility to persuade schools and academies to adopt these resources. Additionally, these materials are supported by instructor-led classroom sessions, which you will facilitate if the client opts for this supplementary resource.

  • Build Relationships: Foster positive relationships with schools, teachers, and communities.

  • Stay Informed: Keep up-to-date with the latest trends and information in drug prevention and education.
     

How to Apply:

Ready to make a difference? Send your CV and a cover letter detailing your experience and passion for drug education to:
 

contact@dsrmrisk.com
 

We will respond with a short information pack for you to go over.



Join us in creating a safer, healthier future for our youth. Together, we can make a lasting impact.

 

DSRM Risk & Crisis Management: Promoting Awareness, Inspiring Change

The dangers of drugs to young people in the UK and elsewhere are profound and multifaceted, impacting their health, future prospects, and overall well-being. The growing situation cannot be resolved through arrests and the criminal justice system alone, as this approach fails to address the root causes and preventative measures necessary to combat drug use.

 

However, we also cannot succumb to the modern notion that young people can be taught to take drugs safely, a notion that is no more than a dangerous game of Russian Roulette.

 

What is urgently required is a robust educational course that effectively informs and empowers young people to make healthy, informed decisions—something that has been sorely lacking until now, with the release of Drugs: The Dark Side.

"Drugs: The Dark Side" is the only comprehensive online course specifically designed for school kids aged 14 and above. This unique program provides critical education on the dangers of drug use, combining engaging online modules with interactive content to ensure thorough understanding. To reinforce this learning, the course is supplemented with a complete instructor's course, equipping educators with the tools to effectively support and enhance students' knowledge.

 

By implementing this dual approach, "Drugs: The Dark Side" aims to better protect young people from the myriad dangers society throws at them, preparing them to make informed, safe choices before they leave school.

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