TACT for at Risk Professional

Man with bat“TACT for at Risk Professional” is a customizable 6 to 16 hour program that offers dynamic “release and escape” self-defense methods for those who occasionally find themselves in volatile situations and require an effective self-defense method. TACT for at risk professionals covers escaping holds and chokes, surviving a suck punch, handgun and defense against weapons, using every day items as defensive tools and when to use them, and includes Nerve Impact Control Tactics (NICT) an internationally recognized court defensible self-defense system that utilizes motor nerve points and ground fighting. NICT is a self-defense and escape method that requires no physical strength or martial arts training. NICT is so effective it is used by law enforcement, swat teams, the military, special forces, VIP body guards, security personnel and bouncers. It also enhances any previous martial arts training.




Who Should Attend

This workshop is geared for individuals whose employment places them in emotionally charged environments which could lead to a volatile situation. This workshop is for people looking for a self-defense system that is combat proven and tested, is simplistic in design and requires little over all strength to be effective. “TACT for at Risk Professionals” is designed for social workers, credit and collection agents, parking enforcement, repossession employees, tax auditors, health car providers, martial artists, and anyone looking for an effective self-defense weekend workshop.

What you will learn





  • Impacts and empty hand self-defense
  • Going ballistic
  • Pressure points, locations and applications
  • Release and escape techniques
  • Defiant attitude adjustment
  • Behavioral modification tools
  • Handgun and knife defense
  • Ground fighting
  • Yawara Stick
  • Psychology of a predator
  • Demystifying violence
  • Threat assessment
  • Awareness training
  • Assertiveneess training
  • 60+ page manual
  • And much, much more


Workshop Outline

Class safety, rules, course objectives, handgun defense, theories of pressure point usage, nerve impact control tactics and some pressure points, laws pertaining to use of force and self-defense, levels of awareness, increasing awareness, five levels of control, tactical force response options, force continuum scale, reactionary gap, knife defense and empty hand skills using every day items as defensive tools, pressure points, situational factors, personal impact factors, six step reality plan, tactical errors, tactical communication, body language, danger signals, the art of listening, survival stress, controlling resistance, escorting, using a baton type weapon, grounding and yawara stick. Certificates are issued or mailed at completion of workshop.