Learn How to Protect Yourself from a Violent Assault
Get Access to 4 Free Training Videos below... Our 1 Day Course Takes Place Saturday May 25th in UCD
This Course runs just once a Year and Takes place Saturday August 27
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F.C.A.T - Female Counter Assault Training
You will Learn...
How to Avoid Being Selected as Victim
How to Prevent an Assault
How to Fight Back and Escape
The Course ie Led by Patrick Cumiskey who has trained thousands of men an women how to protect themselves over the last 17 years.
Understand How Predators Operate
In this section we will bring you inside the mind of a Predator to help you understand how they decide when and who to attack.
Deterring a Potential Attacker
How to act if approached by a predator to deter them and position yourself to act in your own defence.
How to Escape being Choked
Being Choked is terrifying , which is why it is often used as a tool of intimidation
and control which is why it is essential to learn how to deal with this situation.
Developing a Self Defence Mindset
We will focus on specific strategies , mental models and tactics in building a Self Defence mindset. We have found that teaching these concepts alone can improve safety
How to Strike to Escape
We will teach you how to strike vulnerable areas to create the opportunity to escape.
All strikes we teach have been proven to work on anyone, regardless of size or strength,
How to get someone off you on the ground
in the event of a sexual assault, an attacker will often try to pin their victim on the ground. in this sections. we will show you how to escape from these difficult positions.
In this section, we will show you how to escape from these difficult positions.
How to Avoid Selection as a Victim
We will look at how Predators select victims and how to avoid even being considered
How to Escape form Being Held
In this section, we will cover how to escape from common grabs such Headlocks, Wrist Grabs, Bearhugs and other common holds
How to Avoid being carried or dragged away.
We will show you how to stop yourself being taken to secondary location. This is crucial, as victims taken to secondary locations are under much higher levels of risk.