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Ending Hazing is a Collaborative Effort.

Can you recognize if hazing is happening on your team or in your classroom? Do you know who the most powerful person is to stop the hazing? Do you know the differences between how males and females haze on athletic teams? We can help you find the answers and learn how to prevent hazing from happening to your students and athletes. AHC will help answer these questions and many more.

We provide strategies and solutions for:
Coaches
Athletic Directors
Principals
Teachers
GreekLife Directors
Community Leaders
& More

Contact AHC for professional training for your organization.

 

AHC SEMINARS
What you can expect from an AHC Seminar


LEARN THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN BULLYING AND HAZING
Learn about the power struggles of each
How to handle individual situations

 

 

RECOGNIZE THE SIGNS OF BULLYING AND HAZING
Don’t be blindsided or caught unawares       
Be ready with proactive ideas and strategies

 



DEVELOPING AND USING AN ANTI HAZING AND BULLYING PROGRAM

Working with administrators and law enforcement
Actually following your own guidelines…. rules with teeth



UNDERSTAND THE LAWS OF YOUR STATE AND THE CONSEQUENCES

Be aware of all legal aspects and ramifications
Know what laws apply in which situation



THE BYSTANDER DILEMMA
Learn about the bystander syndrome and ways to curb it
No one is a snitch when they help someone in trouble



WATCH FOR THE BOOMERANG AFFECT AND STEPS TO HANDLE IT

Reasons why Hazing and Bullying continue to be accepted
Addressing each excuse


FOLLOW THE ACH TOP TEN LIST
Learn the top ten things that research is clear about

AND UTIMATLEY……
IDEAS TO TAKE WITH YOU

AHC professional consultants will work with your school, college or community leaders to:

Help catch the Hazing warning signs.

Help those being hazed.

Help you work within the legal system and deal with the emotional results of hazing

Help you to move on past hazing as an individual and a community

Hazing can be eliminated.

 

 

 

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