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Corporate Training


Working with a group from varying local government departments



Our courses on managing conflict are among the most innovative and dynamic you'll find anywhere in the world today.  We use foundation elements of tolerance, respect, compassion and humility to create a training program where you discover how to understand and manage your own behaviour, recognise the behaviour of others and respond in an appropriate and effective manner.


We focus on the following components ...


  • Understanding Escalating Behaviour

    • Recognising the signs and symptoms of aggression

    • Making a diagnosis of the reasons for the aggression

    • Applying an appropriate response

  • Effective language tools - Meta Linguistics

  • The Do's and Don'ts of Communication

  • Transactional Analysis

  • Principles of Negotiation

women's self defence group for White Ribbon Day

Running a self defence session for women as part of White Ribbon Day

Tony Angus with his self defence mentor, Jeff Speakman



The sad thing is that so many of our clients now require hands-on training in how to manage aggression through the use of force.  We have an extensive range of physical strategies aimed at varying levels of corporate requirement, including:


  • Advanced Restraints for Tactical Teams - including the use of tactical weapons, such as handcuffs, extendable batons and capsicum spray

  • General Defensive Skills - For groups and teams forced to use physical measures on a regular basis, such a security or prison staff

  • Foundation Skills - Introductory level skill development sessions for beginners, including 6-week self-defence packages and corporate team-building days

Tony also owns and operates a Kenpo 5.0 school for those interested in ongoing training in a dynamic and deadly street self-defence art.  This incorporates:

  • Basics

  • Forms (known in Japanese Karate as Kata)

  • Self-Defence Techniques

  • Weapons Classes (Focusing on Knife and Stick)

  • Ground Defence Classes (Combination of BJJ and Kenpo)

  • Sparring and 5.0 Fighting

Tony Angus with his friend and mentor, movie star and martial arts Hall of Famer, Jeff Speakman.

Tony Angus taking a class through the concepts of critical incident mangement

Conducting a class for a tactical unit

One of Tony Angus's tactics classes

Riot Control and Room Clearance Training

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We also offer tactical training for organisations requiring specialised skills.  These include programs covering:


  • Static and Dynamic Risk Assessment

  • Environmental and Situational Awareness

  • Advanced Incident Management

    • SPREAD​


    • SMEAC

  • Command and Control

  • Crisis Negotiation

  • Portable Radio Protocols

  • Introduction to Crime Scene Management

  • Crowd Control

  • Call Signs, Code Words and Hand Signals

  • Room Searching and Clearance

  • Advanced Room and Facility Searching

  • High Risk Vehicle Escorts

  • Cell Extraction

These course are perfect for the development of civilian tactical teams or incident response teams (IRT's) within hospitals, schools, corporate offices, security companies, prisons and immigration detention centres where a certain amount of tactical knowledge is required prior to police intervention.

Critcal Incident Management - Table Top Exercises

Table top scenarios

Critical Incdent Management - Lindt Caf

Lindt Cafe - Timeline



"There is no conflict management without self management"

The simple truth is that our ability to cope with the rigours of daily life prepares us for when things turn ugly, such as on conflict situations or when someone becomes aggressive or even violent. 

Building our understanding of self, through Emotional Intelligence training and then building our resilience, can really be of tremendous benefit in ensuring that we conduct ourselves in an appropriate, professional and effective way (in accordance with our employment requirements or simply in order to match our personal standards) and resolve issues safely for everyone involved.

We discuss the Four Pillars of Emotional Intelligence, being:

  • Self Awareness

  • Self Management

  • Social Awareness, and

  • Social Management (social skills)

Then we dig deeper into aspects of our behaviour, like our Values, our Beliefs and our Perspectives, in order to understand where our behaviour comes from and how it could be undermining good conflict management strategies.

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