Krav Maga Instructor Certification
Birmingham 2018

  • Authentic Krav Maga
  • Training Manuals included
  • Teaching practice
  • Theory Blocks including the law, Stress innoculation and more
  • Full Instructor Certification
9

Days

Birmingham
9 Days
8 Spaces

£1799

Course Dates: Saturday 17th March – Sunday 25th March 2018

Region: Birmingham

Course Places: 8

Closing date for Applications: Friday 9th of March at 5:00 pm

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‘The Course is extremely professional we received outstanding instruction and support throughout. The course is physically demanding and challenging, but incredibly rewarding.

I would, without hesitation, wholly recommend Paul Grey and British Krav Maga for service leavers or those wishing to teach Krav Maga as part of their transition into civilian life.’

Brian Smith - former CQB Instructor Royal Marines
Brian Smith - former CQB Instructor Royal MarinesProfessional InstructorCourse Review

‘It’s unlike any other course I have undertaken in the civilian world. It is far more like that experienced in the military and anyone wanting to attend should prepare themselves appropriately.

The form of physical and mental robustness was perhaps more than I expected, but made for a superb end to the course and the feeling of really earning one’s place in the organisation.”

Sean Lerwill - Author Mens Health
Sean Lerwill - Author Mens HealthPTI Royal Marines. Fitness AuthorCourse Review

‘Having trained for almost 10 years in martial arts and combat systems and worked within the sports industry I cannot give a higher recommendation for the professionalism of the British Krav Maga Instructor course.’

Jim Halton - Professional Instructor
Jim Halton - Professional InstructorFounder - Bristol TitansCourse Review

‘Quality was very high, we dealt with very few scenarios I hadn’t dealt with before, however Pauls knowledge on the simplest and most effective techniques coupled with his specific reasoning for selecting that technique was very impressive.

I would highly recommend BKMA instructor training to aspiring Krav instructor no matter how good or experienced you think you are I can guarantee you will learn something new.

Mike Potter - professional Krav Maga Instructor
Mike Potter - professional Krav Maga InstructorKrav Maga LeedsCourse Review

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£1799

£1799 Full Instructor course

9 Days

Saturday to Sunday – 9 Consecutive Days

Birmingham

March 2018

Course Summary

This comprehensive course is designed to equip course graduates with the skills, experience and knowledge base to teach Krav Maga to a professional standard.  The Instructor Course is suitable for those with an existing and credible background in striking with a minimum of 3 years consistent training experience.

Trainees must pass all assessments to certify

Training Objectives

On completion of the course, successful candidates will have demonstrated:

  • Competence as an Advanced practitioner
  • An working understanding of teaching and training methods
  • A working understanding of Human Learning & performance
  • Successfully teach a supervised class of their peers
  • Demonstrate Coaching Model & Coaching Diagnosis
  • Complete final day pressure testing

Cost:£1799

  • Duration: 9 Days
  • Accelerated Coaching
  • Max: 8 trainees
  • Entry by Application

Instructor Course: Birmingham 2018

General FAQ

The British Krav Maga Instructor certification is aimed at experienced combat sports practitioners or Instructors who want a credible teaching certification in Krav Maga. Whether you want to teach recreationally or professionally, the standards required of a good instructor are universal so we cater for both levels of expectation.

Is the course suitable for beginners:
No.

Candidates are required to have a good level of stand up striking skills before starting the course. We recommend at least 3 years consistent training (3x a week) in boxing, kickboxing, Muay Thai, MMA or Krav Maga under any credible organisation (FEKM, IKMA, IKMF, KMG).

What level of fitness is required to attend:
The Krav Maga Instructor course combines teaching, training and theory blocks over a full day. Trainees need to be training regularly and at a reasonable level of fitness to participate.

Age and Injury:
A reasonable allowance will be made for age and injury. Candidates will be expected to train at a moderate pace for extended periods with intervals of high-intensity training. Older applicants are most welcome.

Is it real Krav Maga:
Our lineage goes back via Eyal Yanilov and Amnon Darsa to Imi Sde Or, the founder of Krav Maga.

Financial Questions

Can I pay by Installments

Due to Government regulations, we are only able to offer Installments to Instructors intending on openining a licensed school with us.

Do you offer a discount

We may offer a discount to serving military/police. Contact us for details.

‘It’s unlike any other course I have undertaken in the civilian world. It is far more like that experienced in the military and anyone wanting to attend should prepare themselves appropriately.

The form of physical and mental robustness was perhaps more than I expected, but made for a superb end to the course and the feeling of really earning one’s place in the organisation.”

Sean Lerwill - Author Mens Health
Sean Lerwill - Author Mens HealthPTI Royal Marines. Fitness AuthorCourse Review

‘Training with British Krav Maga was fantastic, life changing even.  I now teach Krav Maga for a living, which means I get to do what I love and I’m my own boss.”

Will Bayley - Professional Krav Maga Instructor
Will Bayley - Professional Krav Maga InstructorKrav Maga SwindonCourse Review

‘Quality was very high, we dealt with very few scenarios I hadn’t dealt with before, however Pauls knowledge on the simplest and most effective techniques coupled with his specific reasoning for selecting that technique was very impressive.

I would highly recommend BKMA instructor training to aspiring Krav instructor no matter how good or experienced you think you are I can guarantee you will learn something new.

Mike Potter - professional Krav Maga Instructor
Mike Potter - professional Krav Maga InstructorKrav Maga LeedsCourse Review

Paul’s dedication to delivering high quality training and his commitment to ensuring that everyone must meet the exacting standards set by the BKMA combined to deliver an arduous course which fully tested my physical and mental limits.

The result; an amazing experience, a truly worthwhile qualification and all supported by a great association.

Tony Wainwright - Close Protection Officer
Tony Wainwright - Close Protection OfficerPrevious CandidateCourse Review
8 Places

Maximum – 8 places available

By Application Only

Course places allocated by application

Location

Birmingham

Meet your Coaches

British Krav Maga® Certified Training Programmes

Coach Paul Grey

Paul is the Training Director at British Krav Maga and leads the Instuctor Development Programme. Paul is a multi Blackbelt Instructor with a training history spanning over 4o years. Paul was Israeli trained originally under Eyal Yanilov/Amnon Darsa and went on to found one of the UK’s longest standing Krav Maga Schools Krav Maga Bristol.

Paul has trained and certified more Krav Maga Instructors than anyone in Europe and has assisted the opening of more Krav Maga Schools than any other person in the UK.

Coach Mark Edwards

Mark is a long standing Instructor of British Krav Maga and has a Krav Maga training history going back to 2006.  Mark qualified as an Instructor in 2010 going on to run Close Protection and Military Krav Maga courses for the British Krav Maga.

Mark was a Warrant Officer in the Royal Marines and an Instructor based at the Commando Training Centre. Mark has trained more students to Instructor  level than any other Instructor at British Krav Maga and has a particular skill set for developing promising Kravists.

Frequently Asked Questions

Who is the course aimed at:
The British Krav Maga Instructor certification is aimed at experienced combat sports practitioners or Instructors who want a credible teaching certification in authentic Krav Maga. Whether you want to teach recreationally or professionally, the standards required of a good instructor are universal so we cater for both levels of expectation.

Is the course suitable for beginners:
No.

Candidates are required to have a good level of stand up striking skills before starting the course. We recommend at least 3 years consistent training (3x a week) in boxing, kickboxing, Muay Thai, MMA or Krav Maga under any credible organisation (FEKM, IKMA, IKMF, KMG).

What level of fitness is required to attend:
The Krav Maga Instructor course combines teaching, training and theory blocks over a full day. Trainees need to be training regularly and at a reasonable level of fitness to participate.

Age and Injury:
A reasonable allowance will be made for age and injury. Candidates will be expected to train at a moderate pace for extended periods with intervals of high-intensity training. Older applicants are most welcome.

Is it real Krav Maga:
Our lineage goes back via Eyal Yanilov and Amnon Darsa to Imi Sde Or, the founder of Krav Maga.

Licensed or Unlicensed Instructor
British Krav Maga provides continued professional development and ongoing support for Krav Maga Schools.
Licensed Instructors benefit from ongoing training, a full school support system, marketing resources, school growth programmes, online marketing and lead collection via national and local websites.

Unlicensed Instructors attend basic training going on to work independently.

British Krav Maga Instructor Course Outline

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 defences
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 responce
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

What our Graduates say about our course.