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Saturday, 7 July 2012

Intro to Edged Weapons & Combat Stick/Baton Courses in CPT!

GICS is very pleased to announce that we will be running 2 public training courses in Cape Town on the weekend of 25 and 26 August 2012.

Introduction to Edged Weapons Course - 25 August 2012

Combat Stick - Combat Baton Course - 26 August 2012

Courses will be facilitated by Dean Nieuwoudt. Dean has served in the SANDF, SAPS and Durban Metro Police, both as an instructor and on an operational level including drug enforcement, special projects, intervention unit, CPO, child protection and other duties.

Dean has a long list of local and international experience and qualifications behind his name, including but not limited to: Registered Assessor and Moderator, Metro Police Instructor, SAPS Weapons (SWAT) Instructor, Crowd Management Instructor, ASP Baton and Handcuffing Instructor, First Aid Instructor, Basic and Intermediate Life Support Medic, Glock Armourer and Close Protection Officer. Dean is also an active 3 gun shotist and has a particular passion for edged and impact weapons.

Besides being highly qualified, Dean has a true passion for training. You only need to spend a few minutes in his presence talking about training to realise this and it is for this reason that we have decided to synergise with Dean to offer not only relevant but practical training.

We are able to offer customised training solutions to meet exact training requirements, whether for individuals, community groups, corporate entities or government units and departments. We are able to take the relevant organisations existing policies and procedures and develop the training material accordingly taking relevant laws and legislation into consideration ensuring that training is both relevant and practical.

Booking is essential and space is limited, so please book now to avoid disappointment.

Email or call us on 021 555 3858 to book your spot.

Please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions or queries.

At your service,
The GICS Team 


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