Why You Should Consider Not Training With Us [Video]

Why You Should Consider Not Training With Us

Nailing the colours (also nailing the colours to the mast or nailing the flag) is a practice dating back to the age of sail that expresses a defiant refusal to surrender, and willingness to fight to the last man.

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Close Protection Situational Awareness and Conflict Management and Physical Intervention Course

2 x Day, Situational Awareness, Conflict Management, Knife & Edged Weapon Awareness & Self-Defnece_Protection Trainer Course 29th & 30th October 2020

Date: 25th & 26th February 2020, Location: The Green Dragon Hotel, Hereford. Cost £525 + Vat


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Is A Door Supervisor Covered if They Are Assaulted By A Member of The Public Whilst At Work [Video]

I recently put out a video entitled ‘Is a Door Supervisor Covered By Their Company Insurance if They Go To Assist Someone in The Street’ and we had some very interesting comments and feedback on that in the threads on Facebook and LinkedIn.

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How Did I Get Started? [Video]

I often get asked the question “How did you get started?” so I thought I’d post this video (for those of you who may be interested in my story).

In this video, I also talk about the reason why I started a training company and also how I got started teaching Self-Defence.

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Is a Door Supervisor Covered By Their Company Insurance if They Go To Assist Someone in The Street [Video]

I was recent asked this question by someone on Facebook – “If a security company tell door staff don’t get involved in fights or problems on the street, as your not insured to do so, how would they stand if they did or didn’t get involved and somebody got hurt?”

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Learn The Best Kept Secret To Reducing Sexual Assaults on Women on University Campuses


A landmark research study has proven that teaching women self-defence tactics reduces the risk of sexual assault. Recently a UK research study, the largest conducted on sexual violence and harassment at UK universities, reported in the Guardian newspaper in February this year, reported that more than half of UK students say they have faced unwanted sexual behaviour but only a … Read more

Is the New PI Accreditation Worth It or Are We Putting Profits Before Safety? [Video]

As you may be aware there is a new physical intervention accreditation coming into effect in April 2020, which we are not going to be pursuing and I mentioned in one of my previous videos that we could see no major benefit in pursuing the accreditation.

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A Wake-Up Call That Prompted To Change My Diet And The Astonishing Results That Have Occured Since

I’m posting this in the hope that it may help someone else. Just over three weeks ago I was walking up a flight of steps at when I got a pain in my chest and couldn’t breathe and one of my trainers had to help me up the rest of the steps and carry my bags for me. When I … Read more


Nicola's ABC System
On our September Restraint Trainer Refresher (just gone) we invited a person called Nicola Locery to come along and do a session on restraint reduction using her ABC model.

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Plastic Handcuffs vs Mechanical Handcuffs [Video]

I’ve been asked for my opinion on the use of ‘plastic-cuffs’ and the benefits and drawbacks of them when compared to mechanical handcuffs so I have agreed to do this video to help someone out in the hope that it may also help others too.

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