Stay Alert…Stay Alive! Workshop June 20th 2009 Be Your Own Protector in a Rapidly Changing Dangerous World | Law Enforcement & Security Consulting



Stay Alert! Stay Alive! Training will provide you with the understanding of how conflict unfolds and how we respond to it. You will learn to recognize and analyze the subtle and obvious signs of conflict, how not to ignore intuition and how to take the initiative necessary to stay safe.

You will learn through your natural abilities; observation skills how to decipher, prevent and/or react to violent encounters. Thus allowing you to make the right decisions using your voice, brain, and body to stay safe!!!

Whether in the home, the workplace, the street  or in any other environment you need to be aware and alert and have a strategy in place to prevent and resolve conflict and violence. this workshop will teach you how with methods and techniques you can apply when you walk out the door after attending this program.

This course covers the following:

Definition of Violence

  • Home
  • Workplace
  • Street
  • Any environment you may find yourself in

Are we able to predict acts of Violence?

  • Definition of Conflict and violence
  • Observation techniques
    • The OODA Loop
    • Situational Awareness
    • Color Codes of Awareness
  • Survival Mindset
  • Collaborative efforts
  • Utilizing Networks
  • Practical use

The goal for this training is to provide information and skills that work in the real world. The use of interactive discussions and role playing to clearly define the techniques taught is part of the course.

The workshop will take place at American Firearms School in North Attleboro, MA on Saturday June 20th  2009. Class starts at 9AM.

The workshop will be presented by Fred Leland current Lieutenant with the Walpole Police Department, and Director and Principal Trainer of Law Enforcement and Security Consulting, Inc

Cost: This is a specialized training class, the cost is $65.00 dollars per person.

To register contact or call 508-298-2023

See: Stay Alert…Stay Alive flyer bellow

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