Kit List

  • Boxing Gloves

  • Gumshield

  • Forearm Protection

  • Shin Pads

  • Shin Guards

  • Boxing or Wrestling boots

Instructor Course Place Conformation

Congratulations. You have booked a place on the upcoming Krav Maga Instructor Certification Course with British Krav Maga.

Coach Paul Grey will be in touch within 2 working days. Paul will welcome you personally and answer any questions you have. If you need to speak with Paul more urgently you can call him on 01172591590.

Dates for your Diary

Course Dates:

Saturday 21st – Sunday 22nd of April 2018

Saturday 12th– Sunday 13th of May 2018

Saturday 9th – Sunday 10th of June 2018

Saturday 30th June – Sunday 1st of July 2018

Saturday 21st – Sunday 22nd of July 2018

Region: Reading/Berks

Course Confirmation

We need 4 candidates to be able to run the course. We send a final course confirmation when we have 4 candidates or 14 days before the course.


Course venue is to be confirmed depending on numbers.


Final course confirmation is released 14 days before the course start date. Do not to book accommodation more than 14 days in advance. We need a minimum of 4 candidates per course to run them and have final confirmation of numbers 14 days before hand.

If we have insufficient numbers we will offer an alternative date or full refund.  We cannot be held liable for cancellation fees where hotels have been booked 14 days or more in advance.


We do not provide refunds if you cancel or withdraw from the course. At our discretion, we may offer access to another course if notified more than 2 weeks in advance.

Course Content

The course consists of 6 assessed modules.

Module 1

History and evolution of Krav Maga
Krav Maga Methodology
Krav Maga Teaching methodology
Close Quarter Combat: stand up – ballistic striking and blocking
Close Quarter Combat: Teaching – use of focus mitts, Thai pads and shields
Close Quarter Combat: skills -pad work drills and skills
Close Quarter Combat: stand up – blocking, movement & defensive skills
Introducing coaching and class room skills theory block
Teaching Block: Drills and Skills
Practical Assessment: of Module 1 Skills

Module 2
Introduction to escapes and releases (self-defence)
Theory Block: Skill acquisition and learning models
Close Quarter Combat: stand up – Escapes and Releases
Close Quarter Combat: stand up – position of disadvantage
Close Quarter Combat: Falling/takedowns
Close Quarter Combat: Fighting from your back
Teaching block: Delivering self-defence elements
Theory Block: The law relating to self-defence
Practical assessment: of Module 2

Module 3
Coaching and theory block – power generation and the kinetic chain (Slow motion video and coaching)
Coaching Block: Weapons survival – teaching and structure
Close Quarter Combat: stand up – surviving edged weapons
Close Quarter Combat: stand up – surviving impact and stick type weapons
Close Quarter Combat: stand up – use of improvised weapons
Theory Block: Self-first Aid and trauma self-survival
Practical Assessment of Module 3

Module 4
Fighting from the ground
Theory block – Teaching Ground Survival
Ground positional hierarchy
Ground drills and skills
Practical Assessment teaching and Practice

Module 5
Theory Block – Introducing Microfighting and sparring
Drills and skills – sparring introduction and practical sessions
Close Quarter Combat: Microfighting
Coaching Block: Teaching sparring and Fighting Drills
Theory Block: Stress and performance coaching
Practical Assessment – Teaching session

Module 6
Lecture Block – Human Adrenal response
Lecture Block – Science stress inoculation and performance choking
Lecture Block – class organisation and teaching adrenalised scenarios
Close Quarter Combat: Adrenalised scenarios
Practical Assessment – teaching and delivering adrenalised scenarios

Course assessment and Final Testing Day

Candidates must complete all modules successfully.