About this Course
This online Victim Impact Panel is developed around the film Impact: After the Crash, a documentary that explores the horrific Carrollton, Kentucky bus crash of May 14, 1988. The crash killed 27 people (mostly children) and injured nearly 35 others, still the worst drunk-driving related accident in U.S. history.
The unit also includes a personal message to alcohol and substance offenders from Harold Dennis, the film’s co-producer and a survivor of the crash.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
Provides personal accounts from crash victims
Helps you understand the damage that your actions
Helps you think about how to chart a better future
course in your life
Provides you with a chance to demonstrate your understanding of how bad personal choices can cause others pain
Self-driven 2 hour courses
Start instantly and learn at your own schedule.
Earn a Certificate upon completion
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Harold Dennis Jr.
IMPACT: After the Crash was Directed by Jason Epperson and co-produced by Harold Dennis, a survivor of the accident. The documentary is licensed to Advent from Indie Rights, the exclusive global distributor of the film. Dennis went on to become a college athlete and is a frequent speaker on substance abuse. He was awarded the Arete Award for Courage in Sports (on ESPN), the Gene Autrey Award for Courage in Sports, and the Johnny Unitas Courage Award in Sports.
"The course makes you think about how you impact others lives. "
Carol C, Louisiana
What you will learn from this course
1. Survivor/Producer Message
2. Film Presentation
3. Student Essay Testing
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