VOC Training Program
Victims of Crime Training Program
Training: Our training is provided within all Government guidelines, and meets the criteria of the VICTIMS OF CRIME ASSISTANCE ACT 1996.
When a victim has been traumatised by aggression and violence, there are many aspects that need to be dealt with on a physical, psychological and emotional level. Our Specialised programs deal with these related areas for self defence.
We don't offer a quick fix solution; we offer training to help deal with the trauma of the incident/s faced, and to re-build confidence, as well as building self-preservation and self-protection skills.
Our VOC program is developed to answer questions and equip individuals with the needed skills to deal with the incidents they may have faced. Teaching individuals to reduce the fear and anxiety of feeling unsafe, individuals need a clear, accurate, and full understanding of being able to assess and identify emerging risks.
Unlike other training programs out there, MDTA's training teaches individuals real self-preservation and self-protection skills while also building self-confidence and self-belief.
VOC Training Program Covering
- Situational Awareness
- Conflict Management
- Physical Self Defence Skills
VICTIMS OF CRIME ASSISTANCE.
If you have been a victim of crime, and are seeking self defence training for security and safety issues. Or to build your self confidence again. MDTA run specialised training for victims of crime. Our programs fit all criteria for funding through the "Victims of Crime Assistance Tribunal". We do not apply for you, this is for victims of crime that are seeking self defence training to deal with safety related issues. Where you apply for assistance through the "Victims of Crime Assistance Tribunal". to pay for all training. Our training is provided within all Government guidelines, and meets the criteria of the VICTIMS OF CRIME ASSISTANCE ACT 1996.
Every case can be different and we cannot guarantee you will be eligible for funding. However, MDTA has in the past secured and provided training programs for victims of crime.
Click here for information on the Victims Crime Assistance Act.
Click here for information on how to apply.