In addition to the de-escalation skills presented in the MOAB 1-Day basic course, this optional second day of training includes hands-on strategies to control aggressive behavior an avoid physical harm based on modern techniques and principles. Hands-on skills include: escorts, resistive escorts, and defensive tactics for guns, edged weapons and choke holds.
MOAB In-House Instructors are able to train the following basic programs. 1-Day Instructors are authorized to train the MOAB Introduction course and the MOAB 1-Day basic course; whereas 3-Day Instructors are able to train all 5 basic programs. Basic certification is good for 2 years.
Participants learn the basic verbal de-escalation principles taught in the MOAB Introduction basic course as well as hands-on strategies for controlling and restraining aggressive behavior. Techniques include basic escorting principles and restraints.
Participants of this hands-on course review basic principles included in the 1-Day basic course as well as hands-on techniques for managing physical confrontations, including self-defense tactics for holds, stationary strikes and weapons.
The MOAB 1-Day basic course provides an in-depth curriculum on how to identify, prevent and manage aggressive behavior through various de-escalation techniques. Upon successful completion, participants are able to identify the stages of conflict, when an assault is imminent and what to do in a threatening situation.
In this introductory session, participants will learn basic strategies to identify aggressive behaviors and avoid physical harm.