Due to our continued growth and positive momentum, we have been contacted by several schools including Q.E Girls School, Dame Alice Owen’s School and Brookman’s Park Primary School to deliver bespoke self defence courses. We understand that each school has different needs, backgrounds and learning styles.
As a result, KMDT prides itself on catering each block of sessions to the school and individual students needs. We specialise in helping students combat mental health, stress, anxiety, confidence building and keeping themselves safe. By doing so, we ensure that schools and students receive an engaging, informative and interactive Krav Maga experience, providing them with realistic techniques that can be utilised in a variety of scenarios.
One of the principle techniques that we teach is situational awareness. This technique teaches students how to detect the signs of a potential threat and use their body language and tone of voice in an attempt to diffuse it. If the perpetrator continues to persist with their threat, students will be taught the quickest and most effective way to escape from the situation, minimising their chances of suffering injuries.
Additionally, we also teach students how their environment can be an instrumental tool in combatting an attacker. Upon completion of our bespoke courses, participants will be equipped with a wide range of self defence skills, making them feel safer and more empowered in their daily lives, which is the sole ethos and purpose of our company. If you are a school principle or a member of the teaching staff and would like to enrol your students on one of our courses, complete the attached form and empower your students today.
‘Thank you to KMDT for providing personalised self defence training to our female students. Over 350 girls were given introductory training over 2 and half days. Girls left with confidence and nothing but praise for the instructor who made the sessions fun, engaging and relevant to their needs/ fears as young women. I would not hesitate to recommend them for school sessions and will be bringing them back for more workshops with our students!’ Ceri Matty – Head of Physical Education, Q.E Girls School.