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The Practitioner Program
Comprehensive Personal Protection Training
The Practitioner Program is Krav Maga Systems' training Program for P3-P5 students (orange-blue belt). It runs at North Parramatta (Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday).The Practitioner Program teaches you the skills you need to effectively recognise, prevent, and survive common assaults you could face in today's world.. You'll learn from a curriculum that runs from the equivalent of white-belt (P0) to blue-belt (P5). There is a grading process you can take part in, however, Krav Maga Systems puts more emphasis on practical application of what you learn, rather than technical tests.
To go through all the material will take a dedicated student (someone coming at least twice a week), 18 months to complete. By the end of the program, you will have a solid strategy and skills to back-yourself-up to protect yourself and loved ones.
You can train casually in this program, and it is not obligatory to complete it, however, you will not learn all the material.
Regardless of how long you train, each class is designed to give you more skills and knowledge than you had before you participated, and you'll be able to apply what you learn through the practical nature of training methods
If you complete The Practitioner Program, and have gone through the progression process, they can enrol in the Graduate Program; which takes you from a green-belt to black-belt level of skill (focusing more on developing complex skill and defensive tactics).
| The stages of an attack: how to recognise, prevent and respond.
How to fight and defend yourself against common attacks, like: Grabs, pushes, chokes, punches, knees, kicks, dominant controls, kidnapping-type attacks, ground assaults, assaults involving weapon threats and attacks, verbal assaults, multiple attackers, takedowns (preventing and application) and more.
How to verbally and emotionally deal with conflict.
Tactics to give you the upper hand, like striking to vulnerable targets effectively, limiting injury to yourself, using your environment and objects within them, exploiting vulnerable aspects of anatomy, moving from a defensive position to an offensive position a.s.a.p, redirecting attacks and so much more.
Environmental and scenario focused training. Controlled sparring and conditioning to prepare you for the realities of an attack.Strategies to prevent conflict.
Learning how to use your bodies natural tools and reactions to get away as quickly and easily as possible.
Strategies for limiting and working with your biological response to danger (Fight, Flight and Freeze Response).
You'll get invaluable information about what to look out for to avoid the these situations entirely.
Plus much more!