The ‘Pyramid of Learning’ (From SAS Training) And How The Three Levels Apply To Virtually Everyone

On the recent course with Ginge and Lofty, Lofty taught the concept of the ‘Pyramid of Learning’ and it’s application in his role as a SAS soldier. The concept Lofty described is as follows. At the base of the pyramid is the ‘Will To Live’ and from an SAS (Special Air Service Regiment) perspective that ‘Will To Live’ is the … Read more

Become A Self Defence Instructor [Video]

The next BTEC Level 3 Self-Defence Trainer Course that we are running in April is filling up quickly, and we’d love it if you could join us on the course because we’d really like to welcome you into the NFPS Family as a properly qualified self-defence instructor – https://www.nfps.info/self-defence-trainer/

There are other courses out there, but none that offer the same level of service and commitment to you like we do.

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You Must Take Extra Precautions Where Someone is More Susceptible To Injury [Video]

You Must Take Extra Precautions Where Someone is More Susceptible To Injury

Following on from the video I did yesterday (‘What Do I Do As A Trainer If I Believe a Learner is Not Fit Enough To Undertake the Training?’) I’ve been sent some information by a good friend of mine who is also a very competent and highly qualified Health & Safety Professional that adds additional value to what I put out yesterday.

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What Do I Do As A Trainer If I Believe a Learner is Not Fit Enough To Undertake the Training [Video]

What would you do as a trainer if a learner turned up on your physical intervention training day and they disclosed information to you about themselves that led you to believe that they weren’t fit enough to do the training or capable enough to do the training but you were being told that you had to train them anyway?

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Why Disclaimers Are Not Worth The Paper They Are Written On [Video]

Many martial arts clubs and self-defence courses ask people to sign disclaimers that basically state that if they get injured on a course, they can’t sue the instructor or the club or the company.

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How I Started Teaching Self Defence

How I Started Teaching Self Defence

How I Started Teaching Self Defence This is the story of how I started teaching self-defence back in 1988 on the back of running a martial arts school (check out the dodgy tracksuit!). This was at the request of the local police and local crime prevention panel, who wanted self-defence courses for local people and local businesses. The concept was … Read more