Monday, September 10, 2012

 

Community News

Keeping Kids Safe  

Abduction Prevention training at Survival Academy Sept 22

Released by Steve Hiscoe, Hiscoe Jiu-Jitsu/Self defense video photo

 

t's the start of a new school year, which means children are out in full force walking to and from school. It's important for kids to know how to respond to someone approaching them who they don't know.

 

Parents want the peace of mind to know their kids are safe when they are not with them.

 

Hiscoe Jiu-Jitsu, a self-defense school in Chilliwack, is hosting a 1-day Survival Academy for Kids. This 6-hour course teaches kids how to recognize, identify and respond to potential dangerous situations they may be faced with.

 

The course includes awareness, striking, escaping from holds, escaping from a vehicle and how to recognize lures predators use to get close to kids. These topics are then drilled through the use of scenario-based training. The kids are put into real life circumstances and must demonstrate the tactics learned during the course.

 

The course will be taking place on September 22nd from 10 A.M. to 4 P.M. Space is limited, therefore it is suggested that parents register their kids early to ensure a space on this one-of-a-kind course.

 

Watch a preview of the last course on Youtube here. See all Hiscoe Jiu-Jitsu video previews here.

 

Visit Hiscoe Jiu-Jitsu online at www.hiscoejiujitsu.com or call 604-793-6107 or e-mail questions to Steve here.

 

About Hiscoe Jiu-Jitsu

Are you looking for a self-defense school where you can learn in a safe, friendly and controlled environment?  Are you looking for a self-defense program which will give you the piece of mind that your or your family can protect themselves?   Well look no further, Hiscoe Jiu-Jitsu is Chilliwack's premiere self-defense school. 

Hiscoe Jiu-Jitsu has been leading the way when it comes to teaching self-defense in the Fraser Valley for the past 20 years.  Now located in the City of Chilliwack the Hiscoe Jiu-Jitsu school offers a range of programs for students aged 3 and up. Each program is specifically designed to address the needs of those students. 

 

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