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This seminar is for civilians, security and law enforcement interested in learning real-world, pragmatic knife defense.

1-Day Course

May 25, 2024

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Edged weapon assaults are a constant threat for civilians, security and law enforcement officers. Knife attacks are statistically more lethal than firearms.

The TRICOM Edged Weapon Countermeasures course offers pragmatic, real-world knife defense options that has proven to be effective as police officers have attested to its efficacy.

Learn from Chris Mandigma, Canada's sole TRICOM Master Instructor.


Date: May 25, 2024

Location: 501 Passmore Ave., Unit 3A, Scarborough

Time: 10am - 3pm


  • The dangers of knife attacks

  • Fundamental knife defense concepts

  • Distance Management

  • Integration of tactical options

I understand in order to participate, I must complete the In-person Traning Waiver which will be emailed upon registering for this seminar.
I certify that I have read and accept the Terms & Conditions and Refund Policy for Live Training Courses.

Thanks for registering. See you there!

  • What type of training programs does Tirsia Tactical offer?
    We offer a standardized training curriculum or agencies may select specific training modules to complement their current in-service program: 1. Subject Control & Defensive Tactics 2. Firearms Training 3. Instructor Development & Certifications 4. Skill Enhancement Workshops
  • Does Tirsia Tactical offer Instructor certifications?
    Yes! For some agencies, the return of investment is much higher and more cost effective. In fact, instructor training is an essential part of any educational program as it provides benefits to both instructors and learners such as: 1. Improved teaching skills which also includes improving communication skills, lesson planning, and evaluation strategies. 2. Increased learner engagement better equips instructors to create a positive and engaging learning environment that motivates and encourages learners to participate and take an active role in their own learning. 3. Better assessment and evaluation training helps instructors develop and implement effective assessment and evaluation methods that accurately measure learners' knowledge and progress. 4. Professional development provides opportunities for ongoing learning, which helps instructors stay up-to-date with current teaching techniques, trends, and best practices.
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