9th and 10th of December 2020, 17:00-21:00
Number of participants: min. 6 to max. 25 persons
Price: €170 per person
In this course participants will learn to see their surroundings in public space through the eyes of a security professional. Early detection of a potential threat can be crucial for successful countermeasures, be it combat or escape, in both the professional security sector and the civilian sector.
Paranoia? No, security culture!
Nobody doubts that a high level of situational awareness is necessary when driving a vehicle in order to protect oneself and other road users. Likewise, a high level of situational awareness is necessary in public spaces to protect oneself and one's family from danger. Such dangers range from terrorist attacks, active shooters, assaults, violent and sexual offences to burglars, car thieves or petty pickpockets.
The workshop will first show participants the differences in the defence against dangers with low and high situational awareness. Techniques and behavioural patterns are practised which help to recognise impending dangers seconds earlier. Subsequently, the workshop teaches the correct behaviour in dangerous situations, techniques for avoiding a state of shock and techniques for rapid situation analysis and consistent action.
The workshop is aimed at people who want to learn techniques for the rapid recognition of suspicious persons and processes in theory and practice, train efficient decision-making processes in dangerous situations and internalise the correct reactive action sequences.
No previous knowledge is required to participate in the course.
During the course, practical exercises such as escape and selected elements of self-defence are also practised. Comfortable street clothes and flat comfortable shoes.