SAFTEA Pepper SprayTraining

OC Manual without priceThe SAFTEA Pepper Spray (O.C.) course is designed to teach the student to develop and adopt the situational awareness mindset while at home, at work, on the road, traveling etc; and teaches how to defend yourself using Oleoresin Capsicum .   

This course is packed with  safety tips, and skills to survive a violent encounter using personal safety spray and hand to hand self-defense skills. 

The SAFE Course will also cover the levels of awareness and will teach you the mindset of living in a relaxed but aware state of condition yellow and discuss when your alertness level should change based on your current situation.

The goal of the Second Amendment Firearms Training and Education Association's personal safety spray course:

§An understanding of situational alertness
§Attacker Distraction Tactics
§Verbal and Physical Escape Techniques
§Training Drills for Preventing Attacks
§Your options for protection
§Personal Safety Spray Information
§Training Drills for Protection
 
$75.00 (discounts available for groups, please contact us for coupon code)

Upcoming Classes

 (USUALLY) Second Thursdays of every month (subject to change, please call us to confirm)

Registrations will close on the Monday before each class...

January 20 6pm 

February 10 6pm

March 12 Noon

April 14 6pm  

May 12 6pmREGISTRATION IS CLOSED

June 9 6pm

July 14 6pm

August 11 6pm

September 8 6pm

October 13 6pm

November 10 6pm

December 8 6pm

 If none of these dates work for you, please contact us with your interest and we can schedule your class date at your convenience

Defensive Training Solutions
2826 State Route 25A REAR...enter from Stone Circle Drive, you will see address on back door 
Troy, OH  45373

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