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Presentations - Fully Automated

Companies often do not have the time or financial resources to bring in external speakers to address social concerns which could negatively impact their employees / business process. We have addressed this with these fully automated presentations.

Multiple other presentations are currently in the writing / production stages, and will be added here once they are ready.


Inhalants: In this presentation we cover the growing trend of inhaling gas for a cheap high. A trend which has become very attractive to young people in the dance and rave scenes, but which has also left many of them wheelchair bound. What is the relationship between nitrous oxide gas, Vitamin B12, and the risks of neurological problems?


Marijuana: In this presentation we cover the consequences of marijuana use, particularly by teenagers, and issues of schizophrenia. We look at a number of terrorist incidents which have been committed by young men who fell into the trap of youth gangs, marijuana, and violence...


Date Rape Drugs: In this presentation we cover not only the three most commonly used drugs in sexual assaults, but also the challenges faced by police & prosecutors in bringing charges against suspects when the victim has no memory of the incident...


Child Sexual Abuse 1:
Everyday millions of parents place their children into the care of others, often people they do not know, in order that they can go to work to provide for them. Some of them will work in your organisation.
We believe the overwhelming number of people in the childcare industry are decent people who would never harm a child.

However, we understand enough about those sexually attracted to children, even very young children, to know that in order to gain access to them, they seek employment with them.

This well researched presentation will provide you with the knowledge and understanding of why our children are being sexualised through media as well as some sections of the education system.


Heroin: In this presentation we cover not only the recent rise in heroin production, but the rise in trafficking...why are so many middle class persons turning to heroin, and what is the relationship with prescription opioid drugs...?

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