Course Cost Increase

Please note that our course fees will be increasing for all bookings from next near with immediate effect. This will be the first time that we have increased our costs in the last ten years and to keep our costs competitive, whilst delivering what we believe is exceptional value for money and customer service, we have continually absorbed the additional … Read more

9 Self Defence Techniques That Everyone Should Know and Anyone Can Do

9 Self Defence Techniques That Everyone Should Know and Anyone Can Do

 

“If some cannot see, hear, breathe or walk, then they cannot fight.”
Mark Dawes

As strong and invincible as people like to think they are we are in fact quite vulnerable.

For example did you know that only 8.5 lbs of pressure could break any bone in the human body and it takes less than 4.5 lbs of pressure (2 small bags of sugar) to kill another human being?

And according to research the average person can punch with a force of approximately 240 – 350 pounds per square inch.

Therefore, it doesn’t actually matter how big or strong someone looks, if you have the ability to apply force in the right place them you have the ability to stop them dead in their tracks.

The aim of any self defence technique should be to achieve one or more of the following:

1: To make the aggressor lose their concentration. If they stop thinking about you they will stop hurting you.

2: Interfere with the physical integrity/ structure of the aggressors body.

3: Interfere with the central nervous system.

4: Destroy or interfere with circulation.

5: Interfere or destroy their ability to breathe.

This FREE eBook will show you 9 self-defence techniques that are simple and easy to execute.

This eBook is in no way a substitute or an alternative to attending a self-defence class, but it is a good reference document and resource for you, and because it’s free you have nothing to lose by taking a look at it.

To get your copy of the Free eBook click here – https://selfdefencetechniques.nfps.info/optin31907812

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Alleged Copyright Infringement By Tom Aitken

ALLEGED COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT BY TOM AITKEN

Alleged Copyright Infringement By Tom Aitken

You may have become aware of a copyright dispute between us and Tom Aitken. We have tried to resolve the matter amicably, but our attempts to do so have not been successful. We therefore have no option but to issue legal proceedings for copyright infringement against Mr Aitken and 3 of his companies. Our lawyers are in the process of preparing the required documentation to take the case to court.

We have not taken this decision lightly, but we feel it is necessary to protect the significant investment we made in creating original training materials. If our copyright works are used by others without our permission, for their own financial gain, it is natural that we defend ourselves.

Our claim is that Mr Aitken and his companies have reproduced and used large chunks of our copyright training manuals and risk assessments, over many years, without our permission. We are aware that the materials in question have been distributed to numerous customers, including schools.

Mr Aitken has since made changes to his materials, but we still consider the updated materials to be infringing copies. If you receive correspondence from Tom Aitken or from his companies (School Staff Safety Training, Enhance Services Ltd and Staff Safety Training), stating that his new training manuals and risk assessments no longer infringe our copyright, please note that this is not accepted by us and the matter is still in dispute.

We take the protection of our intellectual property seriously, but we do not wish to cause any unnecessary alarm to those who are not directly involved in this dispute. Please contact us if you have any questions or concerns about this matter, and we will be happy to put your mind at rest.

Best Regards

Mark Dawes
29th July 2019

How Did You Get Started [Video]

‘How Did You Get Started’ is question quite a lot so I thought I’d do a video on ‘my story’ that took me from a sixteen-year-old Royal Navy recruit to where I am today, including many of the pitfalls I had and the mistakes I made along the way, in the hope that it encourages many of you to follow your passion and turn it into your profession.

You only have one life – so live it!

Alleged Copyright Infringement

ALLEGED COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT

Alleged Copyright Infringement It has come to our attention that certain companies have been using a training manual for positive handling training, containing text, images and illustrations that we believe have been copied directly from our own training manual. We are treating the reproduction and use of these manuals as an infringement of our copyright. We treat the misuse of … Read more

How Does a Lay Member of The Public Stand if They Use Force in A Public Place To Prevent Another Person Seriously Injuring or Killing Themselves or Others [Video]

How Does a Lay Member of The Public Stand if They Use Force in A Public Place To Prevent Another Person Seriously Injuring or Killing Themselves or Others?

I’ve just been asked this question so I thought I’d share my answer with you in case it may help anyone else out there.

In short, anyone who acted in good faith would be protected by the Common Law and Section 76 of the Criminal Justice and Immigration Act (which now encapsulated the Common Law), provided that they acted reasonable in the circumstances.

Should any allegation arise post the intervention, then again, the person who intervened in good faith would be protected by the law.

In our BTEC Level 3 Restraint Trainer Award course and our BTEC Level 3 Self-Defence Instructor Award Course, we cover a lot of law which is specifically put together to give those we train a comprehensive understanding of the principles of reasonable force (as well as instruction on the Human Rights Act, Health & Safety legislation, Children’s legislation, and a lot more too) to help them better understand how the laws apply in our professional fields of operation.

And we are always on hand to help with more advice and guidance if needed.

To find out more about our courses check out our website at www.nfps.info and if you fancy coming along and training with us drop me an email or give me a call.

Always happy to help.

Mark Dawes