Self Defense Using Pepper Spray Workshop

Cost: $49 per person

**each participant will receive a Sabre Keychain “hot” Pepper Spray Unit

Training Schedule

To find out more about this program, please call now and schedule an appointment (561) 262-7840.

About Our Pepper Spray Course

The idea of blowing, burning, throwing or delivering an irritating substance into the eyes of an attacker is not a new or novel idea. Soldiers from ancient times used this tactic thousand of years ago by blowing ground chili peppers into the eyes of their enemies and then moving in with their attack.

This tactical advantage of taking away the eyesight of an attacker with pepper spray is…  if the attacker can’t see you, he/she cannot continue an assault.

Advantages of using pepper spray:

  • Easy to carry it and hide it
  • Legal to carry
  • Inexpensive
  • Non-Lethal
  • In case of emergency it can be used on dangerous animals

This Civilian Safety Awareness Program / Self Defense Using Pepper Spray Workshop is 2 hours in length. In this course you will not only learn how to use Pepper Spray but you will be given some thoughts and skills to help you and your loved ones avoid and work through any life threatening conditions and crisis you may find yourself in. At the end of this class you will be awarded a Sabre 3 in 1 (pepper spray/CS/ Ultra violet marking dye) pepper spray unit.

Course to Include:

-Identify & Avoid Dangerous Encounters

-Use of Verbal Commands

-Simple Self Defense Techniques

-Effectively & Responsibly Deploy Pepper Spray

-Escape an Attacker

You will become more proficient and accurate with your pepper spray unit by deploying water filled practice sprays at static targets as well as deploying the practice spray during a simulated attack!

Multiply Your Force by Attending this Workshop!

 

Upon Sign-Up: Your payment is non-refundable. If you must cancel, you may apply the cost of the course to any other upcoming class within the calendar year.

There is a late cancel fee for this course of $10 per person (1 week or less prior to the course date).