Specialised courses providing immediately applicable skills, increased confidence and team unity
Protect provide professional corporate training in the form of specialised courses, workshops and seminars to businesses of all types and sizes throughout New Zealand.
We offer anything from a one-hour address to staff or short course, to a full day or multi-day programme of theory and practice, and everything in between depending on your needs, including highly effective team building workshops.
Protect's many clients include companies and organisations as diverse as Telecom New Zealand, Fonterra, Southern Cross, NZ Institute of Chartered Accountants, Porse Nanny Care Network, Auckland City Council, NZ Police, Kensington Swan Lawyers, BIC (NZ), Medical Centres, Major Real Estate Companies, Chapman Tripp Lawyers, ADHB, Chevron NZ, L'Oreal, Environmental Northland, and many others who have benefited from Protect's expertise in providing self defence and self protection training, confrontation management skills, and personal safety training.
Protect’s unique programmes can include training on the behavioural, psychological and emotional aspects of conflict and violence, and result in heightened communication and decision making abilities under pressure which can be applied to all areas of the participant’s life.
We provide highly effective training in:
- Self Defence/Self Protection/Personal Safety
- Conflict Resolution/Verbal Self Defence/De-escalation
- Armed Holdup Safety
- Team Building Events
Because they can be tailored to your needs, Protect corporate programmes also provide fantastic opportunities for morale and team building. Courses are taught in an interesting and engaging way, with plenty of opportunity for activity and vigorous discussion.
We can deliver a programme to your company anywhere in New Zealand. There is no minimum or maximum number of attendees required.
To find out more about Protect Self Defence Corporate programmes, make an enquiry
skills for real life situations"
- B Playle, Auckland City Council