The number of property crimes in Hungary has now reached 100-200 thousand annually and in a third of these cases the family members / employees are present when the criminal offence takes place. Everyone may see related news stories on the television or in the newspapers, but most of them never consider that they might be involved in a similar situation.
Many are happy to sacrifice a lot to secure their home and the values within, but in reality, isn’t the lives and safety of our loved ones and colleagues the most important? There are a handful of team building training courses where collective thinking is taught for groups, but can we really move together and care for each other in an emergency when we are at home or work?
Does your child know what to do in such cases? Do you have the moves that you should use routinely, so that you are not a passive sufferer but an active participant in these scenarios?
Our aim is for you to be able to move your family members / colleagues into safety until the police or any other professional help arrives..Our tactical training system allows you to learn the basic defensive tactics designed to protect your home / work place, so you can successfully protect the health of your family members / colleagues in the case of a violent act.
As part of our theoretical training you will learn the objectives allowing you to create safe premises in your home / work place, and the rights and rules of the Penal Code that will effect you when you are attacked. You will also learn about legal devices, where you can get them and where you need to place them in the flat / office so you can use them in need.
But naturally – as stated in the displayed thematics – we put the most emphasis on putting everything into practice so that you can learn it. So we will teach you everyone’s role, who should do what and how in an emergency and how to use self-defensive tools – and even more importantly, you will learn and practice the basics of hand-to-hand self-defence techniques that will help you to safely relocate (from one point into another within the building), where you can barricade yourself until help arrives.
Some examples of increasingly risky situations:
- if someone has broken into either your or your family member’s home
- you are attacked on the bus, waiting for the tram or when you were getting close to your home
- you ‘meet’ with an intruder or burglar in your home
- you come home with your family and notice that somebody is in your house / flat
- you have unwanted ’visitors’ standing next to your bed
- someone tries to lure you out of your car by blocking the garage / outer gate
- your child is badgered / molested by someone in the garden / on the playground / in the park
- at school a pupil or a stranger starts to be aggressive with the other pupils or teachers
- by providing a name, a potentially dangerous stranger is allowed in through reception without verifying their identity
- you are a pharmacist or you sell alcohol, where often confused / influenced people try to buy things
- you are a member of staff or a customer at the bank when you become involved in a bank robbery or a hostage situation