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Pistol Disarm Workshop 7/12 & Range day 13/12

Posted October 14, 2014 12:03 pm

Workshop dealing with pistol threats.

When:- Sunday the 7′th of Dec 10.00 am to 2.00 pm.

Where:- at the Woden Campus of the Canberra College Gymnasium.

Cost:- $ 55.00 pp in cash on the day.

Who can attend:- students in the advanced class or those with a
relevant background.

If you’re not sure if that applies to you please enquire via email (contact-us)
You will need to register for both events by email also and as there is a limited number there will be some preferential treatment given to certain people due to a demonstrated need for this type of training.

Range day Saturday the 13′th of December.

Where:- The shooting range on Majura Lane.

Cost:- $55.00 pp in cash on the day.

Time:- 7.30 am for BBQ breakfast / 8.00 am on the dot for the safety brief. Finish time of approximately 12.00 to 1.00 pm

If you are late for the 8.00am start don’t bother coming! As the safety brief is mandatory prior to any access to the range and will kick off at exactly 8.00 am.

Safety:- All participants will be under strict control of a range officer at all times and there will be no handling of firearms other than as directed by the range officers. There will be no disarm training or random behaviour tolerated on the range for obvious reasons.

Clothing / equipment:- absolutely no cammo clothing, it’s a club rule!
Sun glasses or safety glasses and either earmuffs or earplugs essential, also covered footwear. No PPE no train! There maybe a limited supply of safety equipment available but don’t count on it.

There is a zero drug and alchahol tolerance policy on the range so if you’ve had a big night out don’t bother coming!

Aim:- To provide a safe fun and enjoyable range experience handling a variety of different make and calibre semi-automatic pistols with instructional content aimed at allowing the participant to handle and fire a firearm with safety and confidence. Provide the participant with the opportunity to discuss tactical applications and implications of the carry and use of a firearm particularly in respect to operation in semi and non-permissive environments.

Pink Ribbon Donation Page

Posted October 8, 2014 4:02 pm

Hey Guys

KMG Australia & new Zealand has organized a a donation page for pink Ribbon Day, to raise funds for Cancer awareness. So if you would like to donate for a good cause please go to the Krav Maga Canberra facebook page and follow the link there. As we seem to be having trouble getting this site to accept links at the moment.

P Level Testing

Posted October 1, 2014 11:47 am

P level testing will take place on Saturday the 29′th of November with training for testing on the 1’st, 8′th, 15′th and 22′nd of November.

Training will be from 10.00 am to 12.00 pm and cost $20.00 (cash).
You don’t have to be testing to train, so if you’d just like to get a bit extra training in then you’re welcome to come along.

18′th Of October Intro Package / Last one for the year!

Posted September 3, 2014 9:00 pm

Date: Saturday the 18′th of October 2014 start time 10.00 am (approx 3.5 hours duration)

Location: The Canberra College Gymnasium on Launceston St, Woden (map) . After the intro your first 2 classes are also included.

Cost: $55.00 pp to be paid on the day (cash).

Details: Introduction session for anyone interested in starting training in Krav Maga. The introduction session runs for approximately three and a half hours and covers all the basics required to start training in the regular Krav Maga classes. After which your first 2 lessons are included also. If you are planning to attend, please let us know by email (contact us) so we can cater for the number of expected participants.

What to Bring: Comfortable clothing such as t-shirt sloppy joe or fleece etc, track pants and runners. A bottle of water and something to snack on (eg muesli bar ) to keep the energy up for the full 3.5 hours. If you have a mouth guard it is worthwhile bringing it along but it is not required and a basic mouth guard can be purchased on the day for $ 11.00 also a groin guard would be worthwhile but not essential or can be purchased on the day for $35.00.

Women’s Self Defence Workshop 27/9/14

Posted July 30, 2014 3:33 pm

Date: 27′th of September 2014 start time 10.00 am sharp, (approx 4 hours duration).

Location : The Canberra College Gymnasium on Launceston St, Woden

Cost: $55.00 pp to be paid on the day (cash), if you’re with a partner both people are required to pay as both parties get an equal amount of training and the training is also relevant to male situations.

Details: A workshop on women’s self defence focusing on the abduction stage of an assault and incorporating standing releases from common holds and grabs, basic striking, situational awareness and some drills to put your training into context.
This is not a women’s only workshop, in fact it is suggested that you come with a partner who you feel comfortable working with so as to train in a more realistic manner. The partner can be a life partner or just a friend male or female. Note; No Unaccompanied Males Allowed.

Pleases let us know by email through the following link if you are attending.
( Contact Us )

31’st of August Intro Package

Posted July 25, 2014 11:17 am

Date: Sunday the 31’st of August 2014 start time 10.00 am (approx 3.5 hours duration)

Location: The Canberra College Gymnasium on Launceston St, Woden (map) . After the intro your first 2 classes are also included.

Cost: $55.00 pp to be paid on the day (cash).

Details: Introduction session for anyone interested in starting training in Krav Maga. The introduction session runs for approximately three and a half hours and covers all the basics required to start training in the regular Krav Maga classes. After which your first 2 lessons are included also. If you are planning to attend, please let us know by email (contact us) so we can cater for the number of expected participants.

What to Bring: Comfortable clothing such as t-shirt sloppy joe or fleece etc, track pants and runners. A bottle of water and something to snack on (eg muesli bar ) to keep the energy up for the full 3.5 hours. If you have a mouth guard it is worthwhile bringing it along but it is not required and a basic mouth guard can be purchased on the day for $ 11.00 also a groin guard would be worthwhile but not essential or can be purchased on the day for $35.00.

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