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September 8, 2009

 

NACC Offers Self-Defense Tactics

Northeast Alabama Community College is now offering open enrollment for self-defense strategies and self-defense basic training. The two-hour strategies course teaches you how not to become a victim but if you do how to survive. In this training course you learn:

• Escape Techniques
• Personal Safety
• Basic Weapon Defense & Disarms
• Counter an Attack
• Receive an Attack and Recovery

Learn to defend yourself and optimize your chances of surviving a potentially deadly situation. Come let 2nd Degree Black Belt Instructor Robert Gibson share some common sense advice for defending yourself and train you in some practical moves that work. You will appreciate this course whether you are in your teen or twilight years. This class is geared toward families, social and church groups, or corporate entities, and law enforcement. Must be age 12 to enroll.

Two dates to choose from:
  Tuesday, September 15   5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
  Thursday, September 17  5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Cost is $25 (paid the day of training).
Location will be announced with registration.

We need a minimum number of participants enrolled by noon Friday, September 11, 2009. Bring a partner and learn a new skill. Don’t be disappointed; register today. For more information or to register contact Julie George, Skills Training Division at NACC, at phone extension 214 or email at cohenj@nacc.edu.

Instructor Robert Gibson, 2nd Degree Black Belt (right), demonstrates one of the self-defense tactics to Andrea Harvey, student (left).