16 Hr. Control and Defensive Tactics Seminar

May 27, 2017 @ 9:00 am – May 28, 2017 @ 5:00 pm
Aikido Canada
1089 Tecumseh Rd E
Windsor, ON N8W 1B3
James Zedd

Our Control and Defensive Tactics Seminar is the core program at On Guard International.

From this program, you will learn effective techniques and strategies for detaining a hostile individual, escorting them away from civilians or from a crime scene, how to make a successful arrest, doing cursory searches, and more.

These techniques and strategies taught at this seminar have been taught in the On Guard system for over 20 years, and meet our nation’s standards of acceptability on a tactical, medical and legal level.

Other concepts that will be taught at this seminar include:

  • proper application of handcuffs
  • strategies for takedowns and ground pins
  • studying the practical application of the Canadian Use of Force continuum
  • establishing the reactionary gap and its importance
  • strategic blocks and evasions
  • application of pressure points and stuns while performing a takedown
  • standing up and escorting a detained suspect and more

This is a certificate course that can be added to a professional CV or resumé. When the proper application of Use of Force results in litigation, On Guard International can offer expert witness assistance and support.

This course is limited to the first 12 registrants to allow for quality instruction during the seminar. Participants will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis, and any others who wish to attend will be placed on a waiting list.

If you work in any industry that involves the potential for a physical encounter with another individual, this course is an essential training and certification opportunity for you.

The first four registrants for this course will also receive an Early Bird discount on their purchase. Please note that once these 4 registrations are purchased, there will be no refund should you decide to cancel your registration at a later time, although you will be given credit for future courses.