SECURITY AT SCHOOL
When we think of school attacks, Columbine and Sandy Hook come to mind, although active school shooter rampages are not limited to the United States, as Canada has also faced several incidents and plots. A well-known attack took place at the École Polytechnique, when Marc Lépine killed 14 women and wounded another ten women and four men, at what became known as the “Montreal Massacre.”
There are several programs such as ADD (Avoid, Delay and Defend), CRASE (Civilian Response to Active Shooter Events), ALERRT (Advanced Law Enforcement Rapid Response Training) and ALICE (Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter, Evacuate training), which can assist civilians and law enforcement in how to respond to active shooting events.
These rare mass shooting incidents are the most publicized, but don’t reveal the depth of the violence that is prevalent in educational environments. One recent statistic revealed that 72% of students carry weapons to school, including guns, knives and clubs. Teachers and students are exposed to a high-stress, volatile setting, with physical attacks, injury, rape and murder as constant tangible threats.
The best MMA, martial arts training and best self-defense training courses don’t ready someone for this level of violence and life and death situations. Those who attend or work in schools in Toronto, Mississauga, Oakville, Burlington and Hamilton, all need capabilities beyond MMA, martial arts and self defense training.
COMBATIVS can prepare you for violence, with military hand to hand combat and close quarter combat training, whether teacher, student or school staff member, to know how to protect yourself and others when violence erupts. Military Special Forces units and covert government Black Ops agents rely on special skillsets to bring them back home!
Private certified training at your location, at your convenience, in COMBATIVS hand to hand and close quarter combat is available in Toronto, Mississauga, Oakville, Burlington, Hamilton and surrounding areas.
See details on our COMBATIVES page.