With the kids back in school, our schedules filling up faster and faster, and the sun setting earlier and earlier, it’s time to remind ourselves about the importance of our personal safety.
Tuesday, September 23rd
from 7:00pm to 8:30pm
(El Dorado Hills)
Don’t expect a boring safety talk! Hector’s class will be a lot of fun, a little comedy, education, and self defense all rolled into one.
Wear clothes you can move in as we will be practicing some life saving, hands-on technique.
$20 per person (paid to the instructor day of class)
From the pro, Hector:
This course will give you the knowledge and skills you need to help protect yourself and the ones you love from violence. The class is taught in a fun and comfortable environment, but make no mistake, this information can save your life. You’re gonna walk away with a chip on your shoulder saying…“I’m not the one.”
What you will learn:
• The three things that motivate criminals
• How to become an “unattractive target”
• Recognizing warning signs of potential violence
• Harnessing your powers of intuition
• How to avoid and get out of dangerous situations
• Practice basic, but effective self-defense skills
• Build confidence!
What Previous students say:
This is the best training and presenter we have ever had.
I wish I had attended this training ‘before’.
I used the training on the way home from the class.
About the instructor:
Hector Alvarez has personally managed and responded to hundreds of potentially violent situations and has trained thousands of people providing potential life saving tips and strategies. Having been both a security director for a major national critical infrastructure and a city police officer, Hector Alvarez has built over 25 years of experience in the field of violence prevention. For 15 years he directed cutting edge security programs focused specifically on preventing and responding to “active violence” in private sector environments. He has also witnessed the collapse of civil order first-hand as a responder to both the Loma Prieta Earthquake and the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. Learn more about Hector at Alvarez&Associates.com.
Hope to see you all there!