This course teaches principles and concepts for defending against common attacks by aggressive subjects, both standing and on the ground, with and without weapons. Confrontation management and resolution, both verbally and physically, are taught throughout along with modern use-of-force. Through practical application and drilling, students will learn angles for domination, personal defensive tools, the dynamic movement against an attacker, closing on and countering strikes, takedown defense, escapes from control holds, ground skills & defense, ground escapes, and much more.
This course focuses on ground survival of a violent encounter. Students will learn ground control, ground countermeasures, weapon retention and deployment plus much more. Our comprehensive program is proven in real world encounters. It is principle base which allows an officer to adapt and overcome instead of relying on set curriculum of techniques.
(Weapon Retentions and Deployment)
This weapon retention course features a progressive training system that builds your skills from the ground up. You will begin with simple drills that build your foundation in all ranges of the fight from striking, clinch, and groundwork. These elements will stack onto one another in a simple, easy-to-understand way until you reach proficiency and efficiency through guided repetition and drilling. You will learn how to conceal, retain, and deploy your weapon of choice against aggressive and violent attacks from a 360-degree perspective while standing, clinching, or ground fighting
(Edge Weapon Countermeasures)
Statistically more lethal than firearms assaults at extreme close-quarters, edged weapons are a constant threat we must be aware of and prepared to defend against. In addition to the threat it presents law enforcement professionals, the threat of an edged weapon assault is a reality that we all must be prepared to face in a self-defense situation.
The goal of this course is not to avoid "martial arts" techniques, but to analyze what martial artists have learned from centuries of trial and error, and handpick the techniques, tactics, and procedures that have the highest probability of success for the average civilian or law enforcement officer. Although this course content is extremely beneficial to martial arts practitioners from various backgrounds, this video course takes into consideration those who are neither martial artists, nor have the opportunity to train on a regular basis.
Self Aid - Buddy Aid
This is not a "basic first aid" course. Students will learn the essential skills necessary to save his/her life or the life of another prior to the arrival of emergency medical personnel and, when possible, remain capable of protecting themselves and others. Students will learn the following: prioritize action in the direct-threat environment, balance potential risks and benefits of casualty treatment when an active threat is present, stop bleeding with commercially available tourniquets and dressings, maintain breathing with a nasopharyngeal airway, and use appropriate drags and carries to move a casualty from immediate danger.