- You will be challenged, entertained, and inspired by the creator of “Can I Kiss You?”, Mike Domitrz. Mike is an award-winning speaker and critically acclaimed author who speaks to over 40,000 people each year and reaches millions more via media and news outlets.
- Upon completing your training, you will be excited to get into your local schools and deliver your first “Can I Kiss You?” presentation to middle school students and/or high school students. Most important, you will have a unique set of skills and knowledge to make an even greater impact in the lives of countless students.
An Amazing Value:
How much does it cost?
We know how many crisis centers and nonprofits are struggling to financially survive right now. For this reason, we continue to keep the registration fee dramatically down from what other nationally-renown speakers charge for their licensing and training events which typically cost thousands per person.
To become a licensed instructor of the K12 “Can I Kiss You?” program, the rate is $397. Note: All presentations of the “Can I Kiss You?” program must be delivered to local middle schools and high schools for free (no cost to the schools unless you choose to charge for travel expenses and wage reimbursement for the presenter).
Space is Limited!
Find out more information on how to become a Licensed Instructor!
Contact Rita at 800-329-9390 or Rita@datesafeproject.org
*Preference will be given to K12 Educators, Victim Advocates and Crisis Center Employees in South Dakota.
Hear it from other Licensed “Can I Kiss You?” Instructors
“The Training to become licensed with the “Can I Kiss You?” program is like no other educational experience you will encounter. You will be inspired to want to immediately get into your schools and start sharing the incredible lessons and strategies you’ve just learned. . . .” – Jamie Catlett, Volunteer Coordinator at C.O.V.E. (MI)
“To be honest, my administrators were a little concerned with the topic, but once they saw the presentation, they all thought Mike did an excellent job of handling a difficult topic in a very safe, respectful way. Actually, Mike does an amazing job. We have heard nothing but positive comments from students and staff alike. . .” – Pat Hannam, Lakes High School (WA)