Personal Safety for Private Citizens

Half Day (4 hours)



Course description: Everyone has the right to be free from fear of personal attack, and to defend him/herself in the event that such an attack should occur. Using many of the same methods used to train police officers, this course helps private citizens develop the mental skills and tactical options they need to avoid, and if necessary, defend against personal attacks. Unlike common self-defense training, this course does not require physical activity (anyone can attend, regardless of age, size, or physical fitness level). Instead, attendees are taught how to recognize and avoid potentially dangerous situations, confidently plan how to respond if attacked, and then, if necessary, fend off attacks of even the most violent nature. This program is based upon years of research into the dynamics of violent encounters, and teaches attendees how to develop and use the same mental skills police officers use to protect themselves from the dangers they face on a daily basis. It is especially useful for persons who make home visits, deal with potentially violent clients, are often alone at night, or are otherwise exposed to environments with a higher-than-normal potential for violent confrontations.

Topics addressed include:


Four basic personal safety rules
How to avoid danger
How to effectively plan for danger
Proper responses to potentially dangerous situations
Simple, effective and lawful self-defense measures
When and how to respond to lethal attacks
Practical and lawful choices of lethal and nonlethal weapons for personal and home defense
Practical home defense measures


Individuals: $95.00/per attendee

Host organizations receive a 20 percent discount for each of their employees/members
* Winning Edge Training reserves the right to cancel course due to insufficient class size (minimal class size dependent upon travel and lodging expenses) *

Businesses and Organizations: $1250.00 for the first 50 attendees, plus expenses; $25 each additional attendee after the first 50.

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