My ALICE training course was in Schwartz and before going to this presentation, I had no idea where Schwartz was, so that was definitely a plus. ALICE training was fairly similar to the training I went through in high school. However, this presentation went into its topic with more depth than the standard high school procedure. The presentation was pretty lengthy and the video made me slightly uncomfortable, but I understand its necessity. The person giving the presentation was very knowledgable and her being close in age to us (the students) made it more comfortable.
I learned some cool things though!!
-a belt can be used to stop a door from opening from the outside
-you can jump from a building (3 stories or less) without serious injury
-a pen and shoelace make a great tourniquet
-tampons can be inserted into wounds to slow down blood loss