Principles of Stabilization and Control
This course covers defensive tactics that go beyond proxemics and basic personal protection.
The first level of this course emphasizes using the lowest level of intervention, minimizing the length of the intervention, and the use of team tactics. This is a hands-on course that teaches how to mesh verbal skills with physical alternatives in situations when an individual is physically acting out and physical engagement cannot be prevented (non-escalation), avoided (de-escalation) or disengaged from.
The second level of this course covers physical alternatives that are more intrusive (e.g., defensive tactics, handcuffing, non-lethal weapons) for use in situations where individuals are placed in physical danger and there is a need for immediate and aggressive action to keep everyone safe.
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- United States of America
Who should attend?
Individuals responsible for managing physical engagement in situations of physical resistance or violence, such as security officers and individuals working in higher-risk areas of their organization (e.g., emergency department within a hospital) — or trainers of these individuals.
- Advanced situational awareness, threat assessment, and proxemics
- How to respond to, report on, and debrief institutional emergencies of all types ( first-responder philosophy).
- Handcuffing and physical restraints
- Defense tactics
- Focused strikes
- OC (pepper) spray
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Why choose Vistelar, LLC?
30+ years of experience in conflict management training
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Vistelar is a training and consulting institute focused on addressing the entire spectrum of human conflict — from before contact to how conflict is managed. We serve contact professionals who interact directly with the general public or an organization’s clients...