General explanation of all areas of the training
There will be an auditing of the trainee’s understanding including proven experience and professional knowledge, written questions including a practical review of martial arts or tactical combat knowledge.
Entry into the facility, auditing the training location, oversight of the trainees’ health (including during the training itself), training procedures in regards to the training plan, training and physical fitness development methods and practices, strength, flexibility, speed, control during combat, stress and meditation exercises, and building training programs.
Review of all the syllabus
Striking defense and attack drills, defenses against hugs, strangulations, locks, defense and attack drills with tools including melee weapons.
Studying various simulations of attacks and defenses in a confined space
The use of empty hands as well as the use of tools in various situations such as: rooms, cars, busses and so on.
Examinations in the sciences and first aid
Anatomy, physiology, injuries, psychology, training methodology, nutrition, and first aid (44 hours)
Personal and training skills proficiency examinations
The tests are based on a template of performing exercises, conducting training, procedures, trainee development oversight, feedback for improvement, final tests and receiving the certificate.
- Total sessions: 18 (a total of 72 hours)
- In addition there is another 80 hours of required science studies and 44 hours of first aid certification.
- A certificate will be awarded to those who successfully complete the course, as well as additional options to continue further.