Our instructors are active or former military, law enforcement, fire fighters, medics, private contractors, and subject matter experts who have worked in environments utilizing the skills taught in our courses. However, we feel their real skill comes in the way they present the information and the personal feedback they give each student.
We often get asked why we don't publicly list all of our instructor bios. Simple, because the training we provide isn't about us. We don't need an "I love me" page telling you about past accomplishments. Our guarantee is if you take a course and don't think the instructor knew the material or wasn't qualified to teach, then you get your money back. We feel that current guarantee is far better than trying to impress you with past history. While we could fill numerous pages talking about their duty careers, the schools they have attended, and the certifications they hold, none of that matters if they cannot adequately transfer that knowledge to the student. We prefer to live by the motto of quiet professionals who allow our actions to speak for us.
At our courses you will never hear “because I said so”, or “because that is the way it always has been taught”. Each instructor will show you the “why” behind each technique and show you how other options may or may not work depending on the situation. If for some reason a certain technique will not work due to body mechanics, equipment, or other factors, they will show you alternative methods. Our instructors are not here for their ego, they are here to train you to survive.
Our students are right in our name. MALC stands for Military, Agency, Law enforcement, and Civilian. We train those who do this as part of their daily life. Our courses constantly adapt and change as our students come back to us and report about their encounters. We never stop listening, learning, and adapting.