Modern Defensive Tactics AustraliaModern Defensive Tactics Australia Contact: Karl Thornton
Conflict Management & Self Defence Training
Professional Training for Corporate and Community Services
Training for the Corporate/Community Services sector where employees, staff, and or contractors have to deal with behaviours of concern. Where they may face anger, aggression or violent behaviours during their working day.
MDTA is about training an individual or teams in techniques and systems that will work for them. Although there is a base curriculum, the individuals training throughout the MDTA training session will focus on what will work for them, while working within the organisations’ Policies & Procedures. Our seminars/workshops are developed to answer the questions and equip your staff, employees or consultants with the needed skills to deal with behaviours of concern. From dealing with individuals where anger, aggression and or violence may be involved.
Training individuals working in industries or occupations where there is a need to place themselves in vulnerable situations. Such as front end customer service staff, gaming staff, property advisers on-site, real estate agents or property managers etc. Unfortunately, individuals have become more hostile and aggressive in today’s environments. Our training will help equip your staff with real self-preservation and self-protection skills.
TRAINING MEETS AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT STANDARDS
- PSPGEN032 Deal with conflict.
- CPPSEC3002A Manage conflict through negotiation.
- CPPSEC3013A Control persons using empty hand techniques.
- CPPSEC2017A Protect self and others using basic defensive techniques.
Program options: 1, 2, 3, 4 hour programs. As well as full day training programs.
MDTA offer different training options to organisations. Training can be conducted at our facilities and or at your location.
Training offers two options:
1: Managing conflict pre-physical escalation.
(This option has no physical techniques for self-defence included)
2: Managing Conflict including physical escalation.
(This option has physical techniques for self-defence included)