Held at the Centenary Community Hub,
Mt Ommaney Shopping Centre,
171 Dandenong Rd
Ladies, have you ever felt that you were a potential target to an attack from strangers or even someone you know? Do you know someone that could use this knowledge?
Prevention is better than a cure. This is especially true when it comes to intimate violent attack. This nonverbal communications course provides the necessary skills and tools to identify potential predatorial and violent behaviours before the perpetrators have a chance to strike.
By the end of the session, you will feel comfortable to employ these skills in your everyday lives and feel more confident that you will not be an easy target to a potential predator.
You will be taught the key principles in violent motivations and the most common indicators of violent intent.
Mathew Wann from The Unspoken Edge has over 15 years’ experience in nonverbal communication and behavioural analytics.
Mathew is highly skilled in the field regularly consulting with law enforcement, military, and security representatives in nonverbal communication education. He also applies this knowledge to guide potential combatants, first responders, and domestic violence victims to better understand the nonverbal cues and dynamics involved in potential interpersonal violence.
RSVP by December 1st: [email protected]
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Type Community Diary
Format Classes, Lessons, Workshops and Talks