Women Against Crime FAQ
Q – What do the Women Against Crime© trainings involve?
A – WAC trainings have classroom and hands-on self-defense sessions. During classroom portions, you’ll learn awareness techniques and roll-play scenarios. During the practical portion of the class, be prepared to fight! By striking a dummy or live sparing partners, you’ll learn hold-escape techniques and strikes, including eye jabs, elbow strikes, knee strikes, and palm heel strikes.
Q – When are Women Against Crime© trainings held?
A – WAC trainings are offered periodically throughout the year. Find the dates for the next training here.
Q – How many people are in Women Against Crime© trainings?
A – Typically, 50 to 70 women take WAC trainings at a time.
Q – What if I’m nervous?
Feeling nervous is entirely normal. In WAC trainings, you’ll confront frightening, life-like situations. But remember: Through supportive instruction, you’ll emerge from the training confident and prepared.
WAC is a must for all women interested in becoming informed about protecting themselves in this crazy world. I have taken Trish’s incredible class several times and learned something important each time. Be empowered by the best!!