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Worldwide Survival Conference Sunday February 12th 2012.

Hi Folks! I just want to let everybody know about the Worldwide Survival Conference, an event being hosted by S4C - The Sri Lanka Community Centre Construction Corps - A UK-based charity aiming to raise funds to build a large community centre in Matale, Sri Lanka to provide jobs and facilities for victims of the 2004 Asian Tsunami who are still suffering in from the fallout of the disaster, most of whom are living in a nearby Red Cross-run refugee camp.

A must attend Conference for anyone who wants to gain more Confidence, learn new ways to look after themselves, colleagues, family and friends at travel or work anywhere in the World.
The Worldwide Survival Conference offers an all-day event from 10am to 6pm, with tea, coffee and a buffet lunch, a fun day and several useful and interesting seminars for the frequent traveller or tourist, whether on or off-the beaten track including:

Tips and advice for working and travelling in remote areas, by veteran globe-trotter Mark Callow of

Dealing with major wounds and injuries
By the British Red Cross

Personal protection, Self defense and bodyguarding family and friends
by Clive Whitworth of the Intensive Training Group

Use of basic weapons to protect yourself against knife or machete attack
by Gary Alderman European Escrima/Kali and Stick fighting champion Gary Alderman

There will be an exhibition of guns, weapons and mines from all over the world and a Specialist to give you information on how to disarm them and their properties.

Also Julie Thompson from Bedford Hypnosis and NLP will be there to give you some tools to help prepare yourself for a Crisis or conflict and cope with Post Incident Stress.

There will be time for questions and answers with the experts after the talks and demonstrations.

More details and ticket booking can be found at

Also more information on S4C and it's mission can be found at

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