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Animal Instincts Ages 7-11: Rabbit

Personal safety skill development for for 7-11 year olds

Exciting & engaging personal safety skills training designed to be delivered by parents, teachers & sports coaches

Comprehensive personal safety training for 7-11 year olds ...

Sometimes as coaches, instructors or teachers it can be tricky to put self protection education into your regular classes.

Now our tried-and-tested age appropriate content is available for you to use in bite-sized chunks: ideal for lesson planning!

Perfect for Martial Arts Instructors, Sports Coaches, Teachers, and others who help children.

Available now!

Animal Instincts: Rabbit (7-11 years)


Here's How It Works

1. Sign Up To The Course

Sign up and get lifetime access to the course and bonuses for a low one off payment

2. Watch The Detailed Videos

Watch the comprehensive videos on any device. Re watch as many time as needed

3. Teach The Lessons

Take the content and deliver it within your classes or run extra personal safety sessions as paid or free workshops

Here's Whats Inside The Course

All lessons include detailed videos plus quizzes to complete for certification

  • Welcome to AI: Rabbit level
    • Overview of the whole Animal Instincts concept
    • Introduction to the Rabbit course Free Preview
    • The Truth about Fear part 1
    • The Truth about Fear part 2
    • The Truth about Fear part 3
    • The Truth about Fear part 4
    • Supervised Shop Purchases part 1
    • Supervised Shop Purchases part 2
    • Supervised Shop Purchases part 3
    • Taking the Lead on Public Transport
    • Checkpoint 1
    • Commentary walks in Busy Places part 1
    • Commentary walks in Busy Places part 2
    • Commentary walks in Busy Places part 3
    • Commentary walks in Busy Places part 4
    • Sensory I-Spy
    • Crossing roads
    • Checkpoint 2
    • Personal Boundary Principles
    • Trust Boundaries part 1
    • Non-Physical Boundaries
    • Trust Boundaries part 2
    • Physical Boundaries part 1
    • Physical Boundaries part 2
    • Fence Concepts
    • Tabletop Scenarios: Discussion and Examples
    • Participation Boundary
    • Boundaries against Baiting/Social Violence
    • Checkpoint 3
    • Awareness - The Basics: Lt Jeff Cooper's Colour Codes
    • Awareness - The Basics: Sgt Mo Teague's 3 Rs
    • Awareness Discussions: Situational Awareness
    • Awareness Discussions: Observations on Predators part 1
    • Awareness Discussions: Observations on Predators part 2
    • Awareness Discussions: Different Types of Predator 1
    • Awareness Discussions: Different Types of Predator 2
    • Awareness Discussions: Violence Indicators
    • Checkpoint 4
    • Awareness Discussions: Weapon Awareness part 1
    • Awareness Discussions: Weapon Awareness part 2
    • Role-play: Examples of Weapons Concealment
    • Role-play: Incidental Defensive Weapons
    • Weapon Hard Skill Hierarchy
    • Checkpoint 5
    • Discussion Q&A - Reporting to Adults 1
    • Discussion Q&A - Reporting to Adults 2
    • Online Awareness: Earning Online Independence
    • Online Awareness: Cyberbullying
    • Online Safety Principles
    • Checkpoint 6
    • Postitive Reputation part 1
    • Positive Reputation part 2
    • Attitude
    • What to do afterwards
    • Student-Led Training
    • Checkpoint 7
    • Rabbit: Outro
    • FInal Checkpoint

Sample Video From The Course

About Jamie Clubb and Mary Stevens

Teaching honest children's self protection - with a wealth of experience and qualifications...

Jamie is the author of 'When Parents Aren't Around', recognised as the most comprehensive guide to children's self protection and has established an excellent reputation for informed and evidence-based self protection training.

Mary is a former school teacher and graduate of Oxford University who owns and runs Athena School of Karate as well as being a published children's author and leader in the field of women's self defence. Both are based in Oxfordshire.

Animal Instincts is the result of 5 years of planning and development. Please follow us to be kept up to date on offers and information about the forthcoming launch!

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Will Garnsworthy

Verified Buyer

2 months ago

The best and most applicable course I have found for teaching kids self protection

I have been teaching kids in martial arts for over 20 years, this is the best course I have ever found on the the topic and is revolutionising our club. The students are more engaged, and dare I say, more effective, due to the introduction of materials and teaching methodologies outlined here. I would definitely recommend this course to anyone interested in kids self protection, and have recommended it to anyone who will listen.

Richard Markham

Verified Buyer

3 months ago

Rabbit Review

There was a great deal of information presented. Although I completed both the Meerkat and Rabbit courses, I intend to watch each video again, so I have more time to absorb, and reflect upon, the information presented. I was very familiar with the OODA Loop, but Mo Teague’s adaptation of it is new to me. I really like the idea of giving students the opportunity to lead and take ownership of their class. I teach Geoff Thompson’s Fence concept in my classes, but as we only have one or two sessions to cover all of the material we feel we need to present, it is typically a static fence, but we have talked about what some refer to as “talking hands,” where the hands never remain static but always above waste height between you and the antagonist or potential assailant. I was glad to see you talk about the aftermath as this is often neglected by most self defense instructors. I was also glad you talked about attitude ones reputation. I really like the idea of students having the ability to vote for the drills, games, and activities they will perform in class from time to time. There was, I believe, one little mistake. It was just a simple mistake, and I doubt very few people will notice it, but I thought I would bring it to your attention. I have not looked at the PDF to see if it appears there, also, but If I’m not mistaken, Jamie was referring to Dave Grossman’s work and mentioned that the thinking part of the brain, the problem solving part of the brain, shuts down when the heart rate is above 75 beats per minute. I believe, this should be around 175 beats per minute. The normal resting adult heart rate is 60-100 beets per minute, and it is not uncommon for the heart rate to reach 175 beats per minute due to the effects of adrenaline. I do wish that in each course there were some videos showing skills, drills, activities, or games in the gym or dojo setting. It would have been nice to see Jammie and Mary, for example, modeling the fence concept. PS, I’m glad I am not the only one who has attempted commentary driving or commentary walking but had their mind wonder after five minutes. You bring up a good point here. Maybe, it is a worthwhile exercise, but it’s not something we really need to do unless we identify something or someone in our environment that does not fit the baseline. I think, this is something we all can struggle with. How do you stay in condition yellow, without either switching off or becoming hyper vigilant and paranoid. Thanks for another great course.