The Vaping & Marijuana Assembly for Students, “The Truth About Vaping,” is a 40-minute, engaging and eye-opening assembly about how the vaping and marijuana industry is trying to fool students with their misleading messages. It can be presented in-person or by webinar.


A sharp spike in vaping and marijuana use by students has grabbed the attention of school administrators and school police officers.

The rapid spread of the fad was flagged in a 2016 report from the US surgeon general. It cited a 900% increase in e-cigarette use by high school students from 2011 to 2015, and the 2016 National Youth Tobacco Survey noted that 1.7 million high school students said they had used e-cigarettes in the previous 30 days. For middle school students, the number was 500,000.

The perception among students is marijuana is legal and completely safe. High concentration THC marijuana products are more accessible to teens than ever before. The current research is now showing us teen marijuana use is damaging their developing brains.

The Vaping Assembly for students addresses the common misbeliefs students have about vaping and marijuana use, and shows them how those beliefs are false and dangerous.

Topics Include

  • The vaping industry is using Big Tobacco’s old playbook and selling a lie.

  • Nicotine is addictive and harmful. JUUL, Soren, Phix, and other similar devices contain nicotine.

  • Vaping liquid It is not harmless water vapor.

  • The latest research on vaping lung injuries.

  • Marijuana’s effect on the teen brain.

  • Refusal skills.

Up to Date Content

Our experienced team deliver credible presentations that cover up-to-date internet safety issues. We utilise real life stories, engaging videos and relatable photos to communicate important lessons.

Tailored Sessions

Every training session we deliver is tailor-made to your individual requirements and current internet safety concerns. We take key topics, audience size and allocated time into consideration to design a presentation that will work for your community.


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