We strive to lead the way in the education of individuals and organisations to undertake action focused on preventing violence in the work place and in everyday life through the research, development and delivery of cutting edge personal safety and defensive tactics.
InDefence provides professional, high quality instruction in personal safety. No one else offers such a vast range of training options and unique workshops or can offer you tuition based on real world experience. Ashley and his amazing team of Instructors draw on years of experience and knowledge to bring you the very best training available. Please click here to find a training option that suits you!
InDefence is the leading national provider for the most effective self defence and close personal protection system in the world. Used by the Israeli Defence Force, Krav Maga is without a doubt, the only combat system that has been proven in the modern climate.
We build strategies to enhance your safety, the safety of your loved ones and those that you work with so that, as a last resort, you can fall back on skills designed to remove yourself from danger.
InDefence At Work
InDefence at Work provides corporate training packages that address the full spectrum of conflict.
Conflict or violence in the workplace is a frightening experience that has significant flow on effects physically, mentally and financially.
Our trainers are experts in the field of violence mitigation.We bring over 50 years of experience in the Legal, Aviation, Mental Health, Law Enforcement, Military and Security industries together to create solutions that meet your unique needs.
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Be Mindful Be Safe
Along with our physical training packages, we also provide theory based options.
Our Be Mindful Be Safe packing provides an honest theory based discussion on the types of threats faced by youths and adults in society. We ask people to take responsibility for their safety and be mindful of how they threat others and portray themselves and those they represent to the wider community. By asking what behaviours make them vulnerable to failing casualty to conflict and violence, students form new attitudes and beliefs that create significantly safer futures.