Do you need to learn self defense? Here is your chance!
May 4th - Child Self Defense - 5:00-8:00 pm - $47.00
May 25th - Adult Self Defense - 6:00-8:00 pm - $60.00
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Safely Home Family Protection, Personal Defence Strategies & Awareness Training Programs were developed to meet the needs of all ages. Our loved ones will benefit from these informational, proactive and reactive training programs; in an environment that’s supportive, entertaining and inspiring. Participants will engage in real life scenarios and have a chance to develop a plan and use the skill sets they’ve learned, while instilling confidence and enhancing instincts to avoid becoming a victim whenever possible.
Some of what participants will learn:
- How to recognise and avoid dangerous situations
- Observation and awareness skills
- Intuition, trusting your gut feeling
- The Five “D”s of Safety
- Home alone, strategies for all
- People we don’t know, how can they help if needed
- Inappropriate behaviour, inappropriate touch
- Mental toughness
- Escaping wrist, arm and neck choke holds
- Basic self defence strikes and kicks
- Physical and verbal hands-on scenarios will be conducted
Safely Home Lead Instructor Ray L. McPhee is a security expert and professional consultant with over 27 years of extensive education, investigative and operational experience. An accomplished competitive fighter, Ray understands the tactics to keeping safe; the affects and effectiveness of defensive, offensive strikes delivered in self-defence. Across Canada, Ray has instructed personal protection training for kids, teens and adults, both private and corporate sectors. Originally from Toronto, Ray graduated with a diploma in Law Enforcement and is completing the Security Management Certificate Program at the University of Calgary. Ray’s designations include Certified Protection Officer Instructor (CPOI), Certified Protection Officer (CPO) and certified in Security Officer Control Tactics. Ray is an accredited instructor for Alberta’s Solicitor General Department, teaching the Alberta Basic Security Training and Alberta Professional Investigator Training. Additional certificates include U.S. Regional Security Surveillance Detection, Level II, Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED), Level II.