KINETIC FIGHTING-INTEGRATED COMBAT
Kinetic Fighting–Integrated Combat (KEF–IC) is a system of mental and physical training, designed to instil a survival mindset. It reflects the Australian Defence Force system to which it is aligned: the Army Combatives Program, or ACP.
Our instructors’ mission is to provide you with the framework and understanding needed to develop the skills taught, as well as your existing skill sets, for effective application in self-protection or on operational duty.
Kinetic Fighting was first developed to keep soldiers alive in war zones. So, even though the KEF–IC program is tailored for use in an everyday setting under common law, the goal of the training is the same: survive, no matter what.
Want to get started?
Our KEF-IC classes have a pre-requisite of either, participation in Self-Protection Essentials (Alpha Module) or completion of Australian Combatives Program Level 1.
If you are new to training, book a place in one of our upcoming Self-Protection Essentials (Alpha Module) events to get started. This will give you a strong foundation to begin your KEF-IC learning.
- Sat, Jul 16Guardian DefenceSelf-Protection Essentials in this module (known as Alpha in the KEF–IC syllabus), you will cover the key aspects of surviving — and preventing — violent confrontation.
- Sun, Jul 17Guardian DefenceGet the blueprint for training your Kinetic Fighting skills into the future: hone the fundamental techniques and tactics in this highly interactive and practical session.
- Sat, Jul 30Coburg NorthLearn how to apply the principles of Kinetic Fighting–Integrated Combat to control your fear and protect against common street weapons.