Personal Safety & Situational Awareness Training

Personal Safety & Situational Awareness Training

Due to low registration numbers, this class will be rescheduled for February 2019.

When: November 1, 2018 (CANCELLED)
Where: Outer Banks Association of REALTORS® Killgore Training Room
Why: National REALTOR® Safety Month
Cost: $15/per class for OBAR & AAAR Members ($20/per class for Non-Members)
Please RSVP By October 31, 2018 at 1:00P

REALTORS® often put themselves in risky situations when they enter empty homes with people they don’t know very well. In an increasingly dangerous world, it is necessary to know how to avoid an attack and how to defend yourself. On November 1st, OBAR will host Officer Dexter Green for two sessions of personal safety training. Read the description for each session, and the instructor biography below. You may choose to attend one session or both sessions.

Situational Awareness Tips & Tricks
8:30A-12:00P | $20 Non-Members / SPECIAL RATE- $15 OBAR Members
This course is an essential primer on how real estate professionals can limit risk to preserve safety and facilitate positive business outcomes.

  • Home security
  • Physical Security
  • Automobile Security
  • Personal Situation Awareness
  • Safety protocol for showing properties and listing appointments
  • Concealed carry considerations

Basic Self Defense Tactics
1:00-4:00P | $20 Non-Members / SPECIAL RATE- $15 OBAR Members

  • Mental Preparedness
  • Understanding physical and instinctual response to threats or attacks
  • Do’s & Don’ts of Owning a Fire Arm
  • Training with Pepper spray
  • Personal Defense Devices
  • How to Remove Yourself from an Attacker

About the Instructor:
Officer Green is currently a Law Enforcement Officer for the Elizabeth City Police Department, as well as a North Carolina State Department of Justice-Certified Defense Firearms and Self Defense Instructor. He dedicated 20 years of his life to serving in the United States Navy before retiring and joining the police force.

Registration Options:

Community Involvement