Want to host Andrew at a Class for your students and colleagues?
“Not only a good idea, an EXCELLENT idea.”
Taking Andrew Branca’s Law of Self Defense Class would be not only a good idea, but an EXCELLENT idea. I’ve known him for many years. He’s one of my graduates, and more to the point, he’s an attorney who focuses on this kind of issue with a passion. I thought his reportage from the courtroom in the Zimmerman case (check www.legalinsurrection.com during the period of the trial) was the gold standard. By all means, take his course. I also recommend his new book, available through www.lawofselfdefense.com.”
–Massad Ayoob, Massad Ayoob Group
Andrew especially enjoys partnering with instructors and leaders in the industry help their students and customers gain the legal tools they need to defend themselves in court, as a supplement to the tactical skills they’ve been taught in order to survive the fight. Now you can partner with Andrew by hosting a class for your students, friends, and colleagues!
Simply fill out the form at the bottom of this page and Andrew will be in contact with you to discuss your specific needs and how he may best help you accomplish your goals. Bringing Andrew to your customers may be the second best thing you’ll give them after the life-saving education you provide!
“Understanding what Andrew teaches can keep you out of jail.”
Having a gun when the police aren’t there to protect you can keep you alive, but understanding the material Andrew teaches can keep you out of jail to continue enjoying that life.
What do I need to know about hosting a Law of Self Defense Class?
Hosting a Law of Self Defense Class, presented by Attorney Andrew Branca, is very straightforward.
First of all, there’s no cost to the host. All our costs are covered by the per-person attendee fee. (For early registration that is typically $149/person.) In fact, most hosts make money doing so, as I we offer a generous revenue share on registrations.
We can bring our own projector, laptop, even a small sound system. We do NOT bring a screen, so the host either needs to provide that or some wall space on which we can project my presentation. (Obviously if a host already has all the AV equipment, we leave ours at home, for easier travel.)
Most hosts have classroom space, but if not space can be arranged at any hotel with a meeting room (although that increases the per person cost, of course).
Also, we handle all the administrative stuff—getting people registered, collecting payments, managing confirmations, all that stuff, so the host needn’t worry about that, either.
What we really DO need from the host, however, is the bodies. Most of our classes are in the 40-person range, and that’s what we shoot for.
We do, of course, market the classes ourselves, but while our marketing strength is national in scale, in any particular location it’s shallow. So we really rely on the host to bring in most of the attendees, through their student/client lists.
In terms of timing, that’s largely a function of (1) finding a weekend that we’re not already booked, and (2) allowing however much lead time a particular host feels they’ll need to pull in a sufficient number of attendees.
Of course, all the classes are state-specific, and are based on the self-defense relevant statutes, jury instructions, and court decisions of the hosting jurisdiction. (If the class location borders another state, we can cover that second state–and sometimes even a third–as well.)
Simply complete the form below, and we’ll follow up with you promptly to further explore the prospects for your hosting a Law of Self Defense Class presented by Attorney Andrew Branca.