Non-Ballistic Weapons Training
Learn how to keep yourself and your family safe. Originally developed for federal agencies, this program will introduce you to the Fundamentals of Protection. Learn what is and how to use Protective Intelligence, Threat Assessment and Response, Attack Recognition, Active Shooter Response, Anti-kidnapping and how to move yourself and your family to and from safe and unsafe areas, Protective Measures against physical threats, and how to manage a threat when departing and arriving in your car. Learn how to “analyze buildings” and process other environmental information to make immediate life-saving decisions. Learn how to lower your threat profile and handle real-world threat scenarios and how to take and keep positive control of your environment at home, at work, at school and while traveling.
Never be unarmed again! In the event you don’t have or can’t use a firearm, this course teaches you how to identify, access and employ every-day items in your environment to defend yourself if necessary – giving you the decisive advantage in any violent physical encounter. You’ll be introduced to techniques using “weapons of opportunity” for self-defense that can be found in your home, at work or anywhere you go. Easy-to-master skills work best for the professionals and that’s what you’ll be taught here. No previous experience is necessary – there is no prerequisite for this course.
Designed for specialized military, defensive intelligence and undercover law enforcement operations (narcotics, gangs, counter-intelligence, etc.), this unique training gives you the personal defensive skills needed for a tactical solution where firearms are not an option. Employing weapons of opportunity from four separate categories: edged weapons, impact weapons, flexible and personal weapons – you will be trained in the very same critical life-saving skills used by clandestine professionals operating in denied or non-permissive environments from ex-CIA non-ballistics weapons expert Steve Tarani.
This class is not scheduled again this year or
has been completely sold out.
Be sure to get your copy of the class schedule for next year and your application in early.