COBRA Self-Defense Trains South African Film & Publications Board Employees to Stay Safe

The South African Film and Publicaions Board recently contracted C.O.B.R.A. Self-Defense to train their employees in reality based self-defense at their Cape Town and Durban Branches.  The Film & Publication Board regulates the content of films, games and certain publications through classification. They are also responsible for combatting the illegal distribution of pirated moves as well as educating the public and spesifically children in the dangers of the internet, child pornography etc. Read more about some of the great work they do here: https://www.fpb.org.za/press-release/fpb-to-destruct-over-200-000-confiscated-illegal-dvds-in-johannesburg/v

Due to the nature of their work, the  FPB employees are often faced with hostile situations. Realizing the need to empower their employees with life-saving knowledge and skills, the organization decided to make use of the leaders in corporate self-defense training to empower their employees. The training focussed on preventative measures to recognize potential threats and how to respond accordingly. Unfortunately not all conflict can be avoided and therefore the employees were taught highly effective unarmed combat skills which may allow them to escape from a dangerous situation as fast as possible.

Corporate Self-Defense Training

C.O.B.R.A. Self-Defense is part of C.O.B.R.A. Self-Defense International which has a global footprint and have trained major corporations like Royal Carribean Cruise Lines, Vodacom, Time Magazine etc. Read more about C.O.B.R.A. Corporate Training here: https://cobradefence.co.za/corporate-self-defense-workshops/