The Legacy Institute

Introduction

Dr Rodney Seale

Anyone who knows Dr Rodney Seale, will agree that he is an extremely gentle soul and a totally modest man.

He has undoubtedly touched and changed thousands of lives throughout his career.

Care Protect Invest SA is humbled and honoured to welcome Dr Seale to the CPI SA family.




Jumpstart

The Jumpstart camps presented by Dr Rodney Seale are specifically designed for the youth, to help them face problems like peer pressure, bullying and also to build healthy relationships with God, family and friends.  This includes teaching them about love and forgiveness.

Leadership camps are also presented.

Young adults

The transition from teenager to adult is not an easy journey and sometimes they lose their way. This is an opportunity for individuals to find their way again, put aside the pressure of life changes and make big decisions. 
Make new friends and participate in fun activities as they learn values that God says are important in life instead of what man says are important.
Life choices
Substance abuse
Your character
Friends
Relationships
Money matters
Parents and your freedom
Wrong choices, now what?
Religion
In Love or Lost?

Marriage preparation course

Your wedding day is approaching and you are being pulled in different directions. Spending a lifetime together does not come without its obstacles. There are no easy recipes or step-by-step user guides on how to maintain the perfect marriage. During this camp they will discuss how to handle differences between each other, how to treat your in-laws with love and how to stay connected in your lifelong commitment. How to grow close to each other with God as the center so you don’t drift apart.

Statistics - Drug & Alcohol abuse

  • According to the Lancet Medical Journal of 2009, more than 60% of the average teenager aged 18, will have already become drunk.
  • More than 80% would have experimented with alcohol.
  • 45% Of teenagers become drunk at least once a month.
  • Most alcohol and drug abusers are younger than 20 years.
  • 40% Of Grade 8-12 learners smoke.
  • Nicotine is one of the most addictive chemicals.
  • In 2007, the youngest drug dealer was an 8 year old boy from Douglasdale.
  • In 1995, there were 125 drug syndicates, in 2007 there were 438 and in 2010 there were more than 700.
  • A drug dealer earns an average of R100,000 per month (Beeld, 8 September 2011).
  • 15% Of the South African population has a drug problem.
  • School children who use drugs are 3 times more likely to be involved in violent crimes.
  • Nyaope is a mixture of dagga and heroin, and it is the fastest growing drug used by youngsters in townships.
  • Use of cocaine has risen by 20%.
  • 37% Of teens choose to attend parties where drugs are freely available.
  • 42% Of teens between the ages of 15-18 years have used heroin.
  • In 2004, 60% of all patients treated for Tik addiction, was under the age of 20 years.
  • 42% Of people choose Tik as their main drug in the Western cape.

Be a Lady Milady & Be a Gentleman Son

Dr Rodney regularly presents the Be a Lady Milady and the Be a Gentleman Son workshops in schools.  He is also actively involved in gang afflicted areas, working with the youth and positively changing lives.