LEARN HOW TO DEFEND YOURSELF ON OUR Personal Security Skills & Close Quarter Combat Course

WHO CAN ENROL ON THIS COURSE? Anyone from the novice to the most advanced martial arts instructor. You may be in the Security industry or just looking to protect yourself against a possible attack! Male or female and aged from 19 to 90 we can even do group bookings.

WHAT WILL I LEARN? RE-EDUCATING: Recent work has had Noel oil training former KGB seen here, in techniques You will learn skills in restriction and restraining methods, with minimum effort for maximum results. Learn how to defend against impact and edged weapons, defuse aggression, identify danger signs, avoid + defuse violence, follow up on latest criminal trends and more importantly learn how to manage danger. We will teach you 1 way of stopping 10 attacks not 10 ways to stop 11 All this from an internationally recognised instructor, Noel Whelan who has a vast amount of international experience in the specialist security field. His work has taken him through:- Russia, Ukraine, Poland, Kazakstan, Ecuador South America, Latin America, The Baltic States, Italy, Spain, North Africa and the United States of America. Training government departments and corporate structures.


Threat Analysis & Risk Resolution Weakness & Exploitation The Management of Danger Establishing Priorities Close Quarter Battle

Motivation, Stability and Methods Understanding Violence and Aggression Diffusing Aggression Impact and Edged Weapons Defence Tactics and

Restraint Tactics


You can get a government grant towards this course of £150, if you are 19 or above, and a resident in the United Kingdom, and have not had an I

LA grant previously. If you qualify for the grant, you will pay only £25. For non-assisted applicants the course is £175.

For course dates and details phone or write to GB Services, IVIiilgate House, 105 IVIillgate, Ackworth, Pontetract, WF7 7PJ. Tel: 01977612328; Mob: 07977 061014 or 0771 8630485

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