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Sun, 23 Jan


Ward End

Use of Force (UOF) Seminar - Pt2

KMW will be hosting the second part of UOF seminar run by Duncan Andrews of Situational Solutions. This is a unique and not to be missed event covering topics rarely discussed in most Krav Maga Schools. Places are very limited. Prior attendance of Part 1 is not required.

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Use of Force (UOF) Seminar - Pt2
Use of Force (UOF) Seminar - Pt2

Time & Location

23 Jan 2022, 14:00 – 16:00

Ward End, 858 Washwood Heath Rd, Ward End, Birmingham B8 2NL, UK

About The Event

This seminar will cover:

Scenario training where you are grilled and your actions are called into account (both immediately after the scenario and then in a simulated police interview.

A word from Duncan  about PART 2 - 

"The scenario training comprises of a very brief refresher of the legislation and justification input.

Various scenarios in which students get to deal with different events and dilemmas will require decision making regarding to use force or not.

It's not all in your face type stuff (albeit that is in there), as that is fairly easy to deal with.

Other students act as stooges and witnesses.

At the end of each scenario, it gets debriefed by me and the group as a whole to bring out learning points and for people to justify their actions under a bit of verbal pressure from me.

Everyone will need a device that plays music and earphones to add to the confusion"

"Martial artists, self defence clubs, combatives practitioners and instructors, how good is your knowledge on self defence and the law?

Just read it from the internet and now think you know it?.....

If you think it's just about reasonable and necessary, you're in for a rude awakening indeed.

It not just an assault charge you could be looking at.

There are proportionality issues, offences under the public order act, offences against the person, offensive weapons legislation, drunkenness, breach of the peace, etc, etc, I could go on.

When does your defence become a revenge attack?

How do you deal with witness accounts that differ from your own version of events?

What about CCTV?

How much force can you use?

Have you had your actions called into account and put under scrutiny?

Have you been interviewed by the police who are trained to do so, not just a couple of questions from your mates?

Have you ever faced a probing barrister in court (an event I guarantee that you will never forget!)?

Do you train in any of this?

I mean really train it, not just play it lip service.

Scenarios, mock interviews, mock court appearances?

Is it part of your syllabus?

Do you get experts in who know about this subject to teach your students?

If not, why not?

The best people in the industry do!

Teaching them to defend themselves is commendable, but don't get them a prison sentence for doing so......." 

- D Andrews


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