Regulation Special Combat Academy


General Regulation   

                                                            

Special Combat Academy

                                                                         

2020/2021

                                                            

MEMENTO AUDERE SEMPER


  

Index


Values

1. Code of Honor.

2. Rights.

3. Duties.


Training

1. Training Students.

2. Training Armed Forces.

3. Training Private Security.


Communications

1. Communication Students.

2. Communication Instructors.

3. Communication Primus and Magister.


Illicit

1. Illicit Students.

2. Illicit Instructors.

3. Illegal Primus and Magister.


Conclusions



Code of Honor

Special Combat Academy


1. Honor has no borders, it respects our family around the world.

2. Trust your Master, with him you will overcome your fears.

3. Always be prepared, evil never rests.

4. Defend your family by any means.

5. Don't let evil hit the other cheek.

6. Love nature in every corner of our mother earth.

7. Protect the weak.

8. If demons come to ruin your peace, become the most feared devil.

9. Be proud to be a part of the Special Combat Academy.

10. Improve society by distinguishing yourself in what you like without giving in to obstacles.

11. Do not abandon ship during the storm.

12. Darkness is not a good reason not to see.


The Code is valid for all members of the Special Combat Academy, students, instructors, Primus, Magister and Primus Magister.

The Members with the highest Responsibility should be those who set an example by respecting the Code and striving to enforce it in their Group, City, Country or Region.


Rights

1. Receive training at least once a year from the National Technical Director or another person directly designated by the President of the Special Combat Academy.

2. Be insured.

3. Receive the material required by the affiliation.

4. Receive 10% of the total affiliate sponsorship of your course.

5. Be registered in the International Register of Instructors valid in all Member Countries of the Special Combat Academy.

6. Receive permanent technical and logistical assistance.

7. Receive the Training Program updated from year to year.

8. Receive the title and promotion if the requirements to obtain it are met.

9. Receive initial investment if the course has not started yet.

Duties

1. Participate in at least 1 update per year.

2. Be up to date with the annual personal and group membership fee within the agreed period.

3. Faithfully follow the training program received.

4. Guarantee continuous training to the Student Group.

5. Help other Instructors in case of need for the Management of the Group of Students.

6. Inform students of all the updates and news of the Special Combat Academy in the world.

7. Do not defame members of the Special Combat Academy.

8. At the beginning and end of the lesson, salute in the direction of the flag that will be removed at the end of each session and saved by the instructor.

9. Do not reproduce computer material and clothing, gadgets and others with the symbols of the Special Combat Academy without the authorization of the Primus Magister.


Civil Training

1. Faithfully follow the Technical Program received.

2. Integrate the Program with the techniques used in the updates.

3. Don't teach military knife and gun techniques.

4. Teach police ground blocking techniques while waiting for arresting authorities.

5. Not teaching specific techniques of the Armed Forces.

6. Conduct appropriate athletic training for the student.

7. Make sure that the program received is carried out for the end-of-course exams.

8. For children, talk to families about abnormal behavior during the lesson.

9. In the case of military students who participate in regular classes, follow the program for civilians, there are Special Courses reserved for the Armed Forces with procedures dedicated to the needs of the Command.


Armed Forces Training

1. Faithfully follow the program received.

2. Adapt the Program to the needs of the Command.

3. Integrate specific athletic training to the Operator's needs.

4. Run the program with the equipment provided.

5. Simulate as many scenarios as possible.

6. Integrate specific stress exercises to the operator's needs.

7. Combine shooting range activities with fighting and firearms.

8. Training is conducted by instructors designated for the assignment.

9. Together with the President of the Special Combat Academy, organize a final and ceremonial exercise for the delivery of the Diplomas.


Private Security Training

1. Faithfully follow the program received.

2. Adapt the Program to the needs of the Operators: Venue, Bodyguards, Exhibition, Events.

3. Integrate specific athletic training to the Operator's needs.

4. Run the program with the equipment provided.

5. Simulate as many scenarios as possible.

6. Integrate specific stress exercises to the operator's needs.

7. Combine shooting range activities with hand and gun combat.

8. Training is conducted by instructors designated for the assignment.

9. Together with the President of the Special Combat Academy, organize a final and ceremonial exercise for the delivery of the Diplomas.


Communication Students

1. Students will be invited to join the Facebook group to receive weekly updates on Special Combat Academy events and news.

2. The most important information will be communicated mainly by the Instructor.

3. If there are problems with students in the same Group, immediately report it to the Instructor.

4. If there are problems with members of the Special Combat Academy, immediately contact the Magister according to the established channels, describing the incident in detail.

5. If there are problems with the Instructor, please contact the Magister.

6. If there are problems with the material, contact the Magister.

7. For career prospects at the Special Combat Academy, contact the Instructor.

8. For the affiliation process, contact the Instructor.

9. For exams, exam make-up, progress, contact the Instructor.


Communication Instructors

1. For problems with members of the Special Combat Academy, contact the Magister.

2. To report irregularities by members of the Special Combat Academy, contact the Magister.

3. To support student applications, please contact the Magister.

4. For extraordinary advances, contact the Magister.

5. For the affiliation procedure, contact the Magister.

6. Request authorization to use the names and symbols of the Special Combat Academy in computer material, social networks, clothing and other material, contact the Magister.

7. For didactic and logistical support, contact the Magister.

8. For updates and the schedule, contact the Magister.

9. For claims coverage, contact the Magister.


Communication Primus and Magister

1. They answer only to the President and Primus Magister.

2. The Primus communicates the level of preparation of the students it has supervised in the area of ​​competence.

3. The Magister communicates the level of preparation of the Instructors that he has updated.

4. The Primus records video of the exams and communicates its personal evaluation of the students. The evaluation is secret.

5. The Magister records video of the exams and communicates her personal evaluation of the instructors. The evaluation is secret.

6. The Primus informs the Instructor of their presence during the lesson at least 5 days in advance to supervise the training and conduct a short seminar with techniques that they have never seen and agreed with the instructor.

7. The Magister communicates the update date at least 2 months before.

8. The Primus reports illegal acts of members of its territory of belonging.

9. The Magister communicates the illicit acts of Primus and Instructores in the country of origin.


Illicit Students

1. Denounced by the judicial authorities, expelled.

2. Defamation of members of the Special Combat Academy, expelled.

3. Inappropriate use of names and symbols in social networks, expelled.

4. Use of names and symbols for paramilitary actions, expelled.

5. Failure to pay membership, does not take exams, does not receive insurance or material.

6. Forgery title for personal purposes, expelled.

7. Use of names and symbols on uniforms that do not conform to the expelled officer.

8. Aggressive and offensive behavior during classes and regular meetings, expelled.

9. Use of incapacitating or fatal techniques that do not have the purpose of personal defense and / or protection of relatives or the weak in difficulty, expelled.


Illicit Instructors

1. Reported by judicial authorities, expelled.

2. Defamation of members of the Special Combat Academy, expelled.

3. Reproduction of names and symbols in social networks, clothes, gadgets and other material without having been authorized, expelled.

4. Failure to pay the membership, suspension of the International Register of Instructors and cancellation of the course on social networks until the position is regularized.

5. Do not deliver the material paid with affiliation, expelled.

6. Skipping 3 consecutive updates, suspension of the International Register of Instructors and cancellation of your course on social networks until the position is regularized.

7. Not getting updates in private with the president, suspension and expulsion.

8. Not having faithfully followed the training program received, expulsion.

9. Form Special Courses without being designated for charge, expulsion.


Illicit Primus and Magister

1. Reported by judicial authorities, expelled.

2. Defamation of members of the Special Combat Academy, expelled.

3. Reproduction of names and symbols in social networks, clothes, gadgets and other material without having been authorized, expelled.

4. Failure to pay the membership, suspension of the International Register of Instructors and cancellation of the course on social networks until the position is regularized.

5. Help students and instructors for the exam, expulsion.

6. Not illicitly informing members of the Special Combat Academy, expelled.

7. Injustice denounced and proven with evidence about Primus and Magister, expelled.

8. Not having faithfully followed the training program received, expulsion.

9. Form Special Courses without being designated for charge, expulsion.


Conclusions

Instructor Group updates can be retrieved through private lessons directly with the Magister for a maximum of 1 Update per year.

The Primus, Director of the City and Province designated for the Supervision of the Group of Students in the territory to which it belongs, has decision-making power to evaluate the Students up to the brown belt.

The Magister, National Director designated to Train and Supervise the Group of Instructors in the country of origin, has the power of decision to evaluate the Instructors up to the 5th Dan.

The Primus Magister, Regional Director designated to Train and Supervise the Magisters of each member country of the Region to which they belong, has decision-making power to evaluate the National Directors and Instructor Groups of each country.