Presented by the ADTA How to Survive a Life-Threatening Attack
FREE WORKSHOP - Open to ADTA members, friends, family, and the public.
Please RSVP to let us know you will be there!
-- Know yourself
-- Know your tools
-- Situational Awareness
Join us for this open public presentation and discussion-based workshop on mental preparedness for self-defense.
We'll be going through group witness and feedback on escalating scenario demonstrations, where you'll witness developing situations, and you'll give your honest interpretation.
-- What might the aggressor do next?
-- What should the defender do now?
-- Actors develop the scenario out
-- Audience: Tell me what to say or do next
Let's have an open discussion of the important things we all need to consider regarding self-defense, every day.
ADTA Range Safety Officers (RSOs) will be present to assist. If you normally carry a firearm, you are welcome to do so at this event. Loaded carry firearms must remain holstered -- no exceptions. If you would like to bring a firearm to show to the group, or you would like to participate in our hands-on exercises, our Range Safety Officers will help you safely unload and clear your firearm at the door.
Have a question about ADTA membership, events, or activities? Many ADTA members are available both before and after the presentation to help. Also please check out the ADTA website at http://armeddefense.org
Armed Defense Training Association (ADTA)
A 501(c)7 non-profit organization, founded in 2011
Federal Way, Washington, USA
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