COLUMBUS, OH - 4/15/2016 (PRESS RELEASE JET) -- Debbie and Mike Gardner of Survive Institute will present their revolutionary and informative self-defense program at this year’s ASIS Columbus Annual Seminar in Columbus on May 12, 2016. Titled “You’re not Nuts! This is a Frightening Time to be a Security Professional”, the Gardners will share their expertise with security, human resources and IT professionals that are looking for calm, concise and explicit self-defense techniques that work within their companies.\
The ASIS Columbus Annual Seminar is Columbus’s largest event dedicated to quality safety education and exhibits. In a recent edition of Meeting Professionals International’s quarterly, respondents reported “worries about safety and security in relation to global terrorism threats”.
“It’s such an honor to a part of this event,” said Debbie Gardner. “The men and women in security and human resources are facing new safety challenges everyday. They are heroes who help prevent and manage crises on a daily basis. We look forward to cutting through boring, outdated rhetoric … and instead teach courageous, realistic and exciting techniques that work.” Debbie produced a video invite for attendees on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ASZiDobEvkQ.
The ASIS Columbus Annual Seminar is open for any professional to attend. The $35 registration fee includes the luncheon, sessions and exhibit hall access. To learn more and register, visit http://www.asis27.org/.
Debbie and Mike will also be co-hosting an all day workshop the day before, May 11th, with John D. Byrnes of the Center for Aggression Management. The purpose of the workshop is dive deep into rethinking self-defense and workplace violence prevention in companies and is open to ASIS and non-ASIS members. The $125 workshop fee is reduced to $99 if attendees register before April 30th. Those interested in learning more and registering can visit http://www.aggressionmanagement.com/PreConferenceWorkshopColumbus.html.
About Survive Institute: Debbie and Mike Gardner met in the Cincinnati Police Academy over 30 years ago. During their distinguished law enforcement careers, their training was extensive. Due to life-threatening personal challenges, they were forced to respectfully question traditional survival/personal safety concepts, which emphasized complication instead of focused simplicity. In a crisis, the Gardner's learned that "less is more ... but LESS must be RIGHT." Since going "public" with their discoveries in 1982, their candid, straight forward yet healing information has empowered and inspired civilian and law enforcement audiences world-wide. For more information about Survive Institute, please call (513) 791-7453 or surviveinstitute.com.
About the Center for Aggression Management: The Center for Aggression Management was established in 1993 in response to a request from law enforcement leaders for more effective, lower impact methods for confronting aggressors and de-escalating aggression. Research and training in those areas brought our founder, John D. Byrnes, to the realization that workplace, campus and school violence could be prevented by applying methods developed by the Center for recognizing and managing aggression. For more information about the Center for Aggression Management, please call 407-718-5637 or http://www.aggressionmanagement.com/.
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