International Intensive Course KAPAP (Students & Instructors) - English
with Peter Weckauf in Wien, Austria
|Start Date:||Thursday, October 3, 2019 10:00 AM|
|End Date:||Sunday, October 6, 2019 2:00 PM|
|Registration Deadline:||Sunday, September 29, 2019 12:00 AM|
|Address:||SAMI HQ Ausbildungsakademie
Frömmlgasse 31 , 1210 Wien
|Phone:||+43 (0) 664/532 18 54|
The emphasis in Kapap Concept is training and development of defensive and offensive skills of armed operational forces. Training is orientated to armed defense (incl. practical and tactical weapon handling) and defense against armed or unarmed attacks by single or multiple aggressors. This includes unarmed combat, armed combat and practical use of weapons of all descriptions (handgun, rifle, knife, baton, belt, pepper-spray and improvised weapons). Central to the training concept is to achieve control over your attacker and/or situation either alone or in a team.
Our training is built on a modular system. The main focus is based on a trainings program used by judiciary, law enforcement and the military. Instructor certification may be attained on successful completion of the course.
The optimal requirements for this training course are a high rank or multiple year experience in a martial art or combat sport. Proficiency (technical, method, didactic) in these modules provides the basis for instructor training and certification. It is possible to start instructor training at any time. The course is split into proficiency levels.
Basics in Kapap Concept
Tactical training for judiciary, military, police, security personnel, armed civilians
Armed combat (handgun, rifle, knife, stick/baton, belt, pepper-spray, tonfa, improvised weapons)
Defense with weapons
Armed hostage takers
Struggle for a weapon
Stress and aggression drills
And much more ...
Minimum 18 years of age
No criminal record
False statements in regard to age or criminal record will result in exclusion from training. The organizer reserves the right to refuse participation at any time without statement of reason.