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Half the proceeds of course sales are donated to the Charity Stand Against Violence.
Teachers, Parents, Teens and Young Adults need to know the facts about street violence. Ideal for PSHE lessons.
Contains graphic images of a violent attack.
The media focus on knives and guns but the research proves that:
85% of injuries come from punches, kicks and head-butts.
50% of incidents occur within 50 metres of licensed premises.
Victims are selected on weakness in their body language.
In this course you will learn how to:
- protect against head injury
- project a confident profile on the street
- talk about how alcohol changes some people
We back up all our material with research from experts including the University of Wales, Harvard Medical School, the Mayo Clinic, the Sorensen Self-Esteem Test and the self defence skills of a leading martial artist.
We also take a look at dealing with knives and assault on females (which usually takes place at home and by friends) but these skills do require expert assistance.
This course will give you peace of mind knowing you did your best to keep informed and safe. The course summary is FREE to view.
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|Section 1: Introductions|
Introduction from Adam Fouracre - Founder of Stand Against Violence
|Section 2: Credentials and Research|
You will be introduced to:
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1. Cardiff University Dental School's data on actual assaults seen in A&E units.
1. 10 to 15 year old kids suffer most attacks near home school or on public transport.
|Section 3: The A Frame Technique|
1. The parts of the body which are most at risk.
1. Raise open palms to indicate that you do not wish to be aggressive.
1. Initially use the Passive Defensive Stance to diffuse any aggression which is building.
1. Really serious injury occurs if you are kicked on the ground.
1. Drop the arms down quickly from the passive defensive position to create a block to stop a kick or knee.
|Section 4: Knife attacks, groin kicks and strangling|
1. The media sensationalise knife crime.
1. Warning about the risks of dealing with knives.
1. Kicks to the groin, which many women favour, trigger a recoil reflex in men and can be risky to execute.
1. Women ask about defence against strangulation.
|Section 5: Confidence and Body Language|
1. Research suggests that assailants select their victims based on clues from their body language.
1. The cues which mark out a victim stem from low levels of self-esteem.
1. Take a simple test to gauge your own level of self-esteem.
1. Try the Sorensen Test as a family and look for patterns of repeating behaviour.
|Section 6: The Role of Alcohol|
1. 50% of violent crime involves alcohol.
|Section 7: Lloyd's Story (contains strong images)|
This video is based on real events and contains very graphic imagery.
It also demonstrates how street violence begins and escalates rapidly such that the consequences can not be predicted.
50% of the profits from this course are donated to the charity Stand Against Violence, founded by Adam Fouracre, Lloyd's brother.
|Section 8: Course summary - what you have learned|
1. There are many times in life when we know we need some guidance but it's tough to ask for help.
2. Fear of what others might think, pride or embarrassment can hold us back.
3. Our courses deal with subjects which are difficult to talk about to your boss or other people.
* Dealing with difficult people
* Anxiety about basic skills
* Alcohol issues
We offer the soft skills for hard times
4. They are affordable and accessible any time and any place on the internet.
5. You can learn in total privacy.
6. We are on-hand to offer personal support via Skype should you need it. We've been where you are now.
We can help you to uncover the sub-conscious forces driving unhelpful patterns of behaviour and create the conditions for you to create a long-term solution.
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About Peter Urey.
Trained to advanced level in personal coaching techniques including Clean Language and Symbolic Modelling, Hoshin Planning, Business NLP and HP's Leadership Development Programme.
Experienced coach for Hewlett Packard, Symantec, Canon, Epson plus many more.
Educated in Law at University of Oxford.
Aged 56, married 29 years, 3 adult children.
Student of Clean Language and Symbolic Modelling under Marian Way, author of Clean Approaches for Coaches.
Black Belt in Karate.