top of page


Who is the course designed for?

For teenage children and young adults venturing out into the world on their own for the first time; whether attending a music festival, getting their first job, going off to university, backpacking around the world – it’s a time when parents take a deep breath and hope that everything turns out for the best. 

Course syllabus

  • Recognise and reduce the risk of challenging or aggressive behaviour

  • Understand human behaviour when anticipating danger

  • Develop positive interactions

  • Stance positioning and movement (body language – signalling non-aggression)

  • Defusing and resolving conflict situations

  • Common law duty of care (to self and others)

  • Practice disengagement and breakaway techniques

  • Aftercare, post incident reporting and welfare

Post training support is offered as part of our client customer service provision

What are the benefits of this course? 

In line with their morale standards and ethics the course will empower teenagers and young adults to have a positive and proactive approach towards anticipating potential triggers for behaviours that are challenging.  Therefore situational awareness minimize the likelihood of, or, avoid being confronted by challenging behaviours whilst out and about in a relatively unknown area. The techniques taught on this course have been medically risk assessed and reviewed to the standards set by the Institute of Conflict Management.  

Course Content

  • Part 1 – The journey (experiential learning), your stories, concerns and questions

  • Part 2 – Speaking up.  Proactive measures to improve all around safety  

  • Part 3 – Situation awareness and introduction to basic self defence techniques

Person centred discussions.  Trainer led learning take place throughout the course

bottom of page