The forming of a state of the art defensive tactics program that engages your officers is never an easy task. This course provides all the necessary tools based upon years of both police and martial arts experience that have been proven to work in the field. This is not your ordinary defensive tactics program that has been used for the past 20 years in law enforcement that actually has no practical application in the current climate. This is also not an overly complicated system that will have your officers scratching their heads with frustration after the first thirty minutes of being in class. This course was meticulously put together in a well thought out format has been used by these instructors and their students. Your officers must be prepared for what they’ll face in the real world with so many of our youth having some type of exposure to mixed martial arts training.
This course also allows you to work within the confines of your physical ability, but you’ll know you’ve earned your certification by the end of the training event. The re-certification for this course is also 40 hours but at a reduced cost of $500.00. We’ve had several students ask if there was an abbreviated re-certification before taking this course, because this is the current standard used by many other teaching organizations. We have a 40-hour re-certification program because we must know that you as an instructor have the continued knowledge necessary to save lives by being able to share this valuable information with your officers. You represent us as an instructor when you attend one of our instructor programs and our reputation in the industry is of the highest quality, which is shared in our student testimonials. You won’t be disappointed in the training you receive after attending this course or any of our other courses. You can always contact us if you have any questions about this program or any other program we offer. We look forward to seeing you and your training staff in our next upcoming event! The space for this course is limited and will fill up fast!
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