Need help getting started, accessing the test lab network, or with the lessons themselves?
How do I get started?
You will need the lesson workbooks, computers with internet connections, and access to the on-line test lab.
School teachers of students at elementary schools, high schools, or home schools just need to download the lesson books and contact us firstname.lastname@example.org for access to the test lab network to support the lessons.
Others, not school teachers, may want to check with licensing first regarding use of the lessons and the test lab network. Students can visit the student support page.
Which other schools are using HHS?
We don't keep a list of participating schools or organizations. However, you can subscribe to the HHS mailing list and ask for yourself.
What kind of equipment do we need to do this?
We recommend you have at least 1 computer for every 2 students so they can work in pairs. While some of the lessons are OS agnostic, we recommend using Live Linux CDs on the PC for best results. Live Linux CDs allow you to boot off of the CD into a Linux operating system without affecting the current operating system at all as it runs completely off the CD. You can download and burn the CD yourself from any Live Linux distribution website.
What is the SAI certification?
ISECOM provides the Security Awareness Instructor exam which recognizes individuals who have proven the capability and attitude to teach HHS to school-age children. You will be shown competency at how to set up the HHS classroom and network, work with kids and teens, and discuss and explain the lesson books. You can find a course in your area at the ISECOM schedule page.