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March 7th: The first prototype version of DFM Self Protection goes online.

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CRT Martial Arts Instructors' Course

The best self-defence is not to get into a fight in the first place.
Martial arts instructors know many techniques to stop some one physically attacking them.
This course teaches instructors how to gain compliance (non-violence) without resorting to violence.
It covers body language, how to change their script of violence, impact factors, CRT guard positions, the anatomy of violence and the law on self-defence and much more.
Students get a bound booklet that covers all the key points of CRT and a signed certificate to present to employers saying they are CRT trained.

Course Details

  • What is Conflict
  • Verbal Communication
  • Body Language (signs confrontation is turning to violence)
  • The Big No No's
  • Personality Types
  • Betaris Box
  • Confrontation
  • Leaps (How to ask questions and gain empathy)
  • Understanding Distance (Why it never pays to crowd countr folk)
  • Reaction Zone
  • When Confrontation turns to Conflict
  • Fight and Flight - Flinch and Freeze
  • Anatomy of violence (Explains how violence happens)
  • Difference between Hot and Cold attacks
  • Defusing Conflict
  • Changing the Script
  • CRT Guard Positions
  • Risk Assessments (Why external jobs should be assessed beforehand)
  • Impact Factors (Drugs; Alcohol;Bereavement; History of Violence)
  • PILS (Person; Implement; Location; Situation)
  • The Law on Self-defence

All course participants are taught how to use the material for training and how to operate the power point presentation CD and are supplied with background CRT material.
The seminar is an all day course.
On completion of the seminar participants are DFM certified basic level one Martial Arts CRT trainers.