According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS), roberries are the most common type of assault, and the most likely place for robberies to occur are on the street or footpath.
Interestingly, the 18-24 year old age group is also the group most at risk when it comes to robberies.
Further to this, many of you in this age group are enjoying nights out with friends at the sorts of places where assaults are occurring. This is a crucial time to make sure that your self-defence skills are up to scratch.
Last year, more males than females were victims of roberry, attempted murder and murder.
Also, knives are the most common weapon used in committing murder, attempted murder and roberries (more common than firearms).
Instructors: Robert Halaijian, Kacey Chong, Jim Armstrong
Join us for 6 hours of intensive Reality-Based Self-Defence (RBSD) training, covering:
If you have friends or family members who you believe would benefit from Self-Defence training, you’re welcome to bring them along.
Self-Defence isn’t just for martial artists, but should be accessible to everyday people.
Date: Sunday 28 November 2010
Time: 9:30am Registration. 10am Start. 30min lunch break. Finish at 4:30pm.
Venue: Martial Arts Hall, Sports & Recreation Centre, Monash University, Clayton
Full-day seminars normally cost between $300 to $1,000 and more, but we want to make this affordable and accessible to as many people as possible, so this is a very reasonable price.
No experience necessary. All welcome!
To make a booking for you and your friends & family, contact us on (03) 9077 9028.
To confirm your place at this Self-Defence Training Day, payments must be made in full by Friday 19 November 2010.
Payments can be made in cash at the A.I.M. Academy or Monash University Kickboxing Club (Clayton), or via direct deposit (internet banking).
Please email us for bank details if paying via direct deposit.
Self-Defence Training Day 2009