Past Training Clinics:

 

Ret Insp. John McKay on Martial Arts and Law Enforcement - 19:00 hours Nov 19th TTC

Classroom Presentation followed by a Law Enforcement Workout

Open to all Police Judo Members - no charge

John McKay: Short Bio

John McKay has recently retired as an Inspector with the Vancouver Police Department. He was been a police officer for 36 years, initially with the RCMP and since 1984 as a member of the VPD. During that time, he has become an expert in defensive tactics, crowd control, use of force and personal protection techniques. Among his many accomplishments, in 2003 he was instrumental in developing an innovative ‘train the trainers’ protection strategy for women working in the high-risk street sex trade. This program received the Women and Cities Award for Unique Program in 2004. Among the many groups he has worked with, he has provided training to St. Paul’s Hospital Security, Vancouver Hospital Security and Code White Teams, BC Place Stadium Special Event Security, GM Place Special Event Security and Hosting Staff, Pacific National Exhibition Security, the Ministry of Social Services in Burnaby, Vancouver Parks and Recreation, and Every Women’s Health Clinic.

Mr. McKay is an internationally recognized trainer in violence prevention and personal security. He is a liability and risk management specialist and is recognized by the Canadian Judiciary as an expert witness on Use-Of-Force. John McKay is a second-degree black belt with over 40 years experience in the Martial Arts. He provides personal protection and use of force training for security professionals through Use of Force Training Programs.  

 

 

Handcuffing and Takedown Clinic - Nov 9th, 2014

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NCCP COACHING COURSE 

OCTOBER 17/18 & 24/25 2014

The NCCP theory, multiple sport course includes six modules of the introduction to competition and early childhood physical literacy modules.

Module topics include ethical decision making process, that is required for all sports, as well as practice planning, seasonal planning, mental training, nutrition, and teaching and learning methods. Adult learning techniques for learning are applied, by the instructor as well as required teaching modules by course participants.

Physical limitations will be accommodated, as many coaches are no longer athletes! Sport coaching must be fun and motivational, therefore coach training will follow the same guidelines.

              Tactical Training Centre

              Fri. Oct 17 6-10 pm

              Sat. Oct 18 9-5 pm

              Fri. Oct 24 6-10 pm

              Sat. Oct 25 9-5 pm