Tony Angus Chat Time Podcast

Paul Veldman - Martial Arts/Use of Force Legislation

June 20, 2020 Tony Season 1 Episode 1
Tony Angus Chat Time Podcast
Paul Veldman - Martial Arts/Use of Force Legislation
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Paul Veldman - Martial Arts/Use of Force Legislation
Jun 20, 2020 Season 1 Episode 1
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Paul is an ex-police member with Victoria Police.  His final role within the police department was as a program developer within the Operational Safety and Tactics Training Unit (OSTTU), where he was one of the members responsible for researching, designing and developing weapons and tactics training programs for operational members.  Paul is the owner/operator of the highly successful Kando Martial Arts group in south-eastern Melbourne, where he oversees 6 schools and approximately 2500 students.  Paul is also the owner of the wonderful online martial arts advisory and consulting service Martial Arts Business Success (MABS), where he helps schools to become more professional and financially successful.

In this episode Paul and I discuss a number of things relating to martial arts, business management, leadership, tactics and use of force.  We also breakdown our thoughts of the George Floyd incident in the US.

You can get in touch with Paul through his Facebook page, which is https://www.facebook.com/paul.veldman.18
or
https://www.facebook.com/paulveldmanbusinesscoach/
or
https://www.facebook.com/groups/buildingamartialartslegacy/

Disclaimer:  All of the thoughts expressed on the Tony Angus Chat Time podcast are opinions.  We all have them and we are all entitled to express them.  Please do not get your nose bent out of shape if you disagree.  That's more than likely to happen occasionally.  I'm happy to hear your thoughts on ANY TOPIC as long as you present yourself in a mature and balanced way.  If not, be prepared to be completely ignored (as should be the case.  TRUE?)

Enjoy :)

Show Notes

Paul is an ex-police member with Victoria Police.  His final role within the police department was as a program developer within the Operational Safety and Tactics Training Unit (OSTTU), where he was one of the members responsible for researching, designing and developing weapons and tactics training programs for operational members.  Paul is the owner/operator of the highly successful Kando Martial Arts group in south-eastern Melbourne, where he oversees 6 schools and approximately 2500 students.  Paul is also the owner of the wonderful online martial arts advisory and consulting service Martial Arts Business Success (MABS), where he helps schools to become more professional and financially successful.

In this episode Paul and I discuss a number of things relating to martial arts, business management, leadership, tactics and use of force.  We also breakdown our thoughts of the George Floyd incident in the US.

You can get in touch with Paul through his Facebook page, which is https://www.facebook.com/paul.veldman.18
or
https://www.facebook.com/paulveldmanbusinesscoach/
or
https://www.facebook.com/groups/buildingamartialartslegacy/

Disclaimer:  All of the thoughts expressed on the Tony Angus Chat Time podcast are opinions.  We all have them and we are all entitled to express them.  Please do not get your nose bent out of shape if you disagree.  That's more than likely to happen occasionally.  I'm happy to hear your thoughts on ANY TOPIC as long as you present yourself in a mature and balanced way.  If not, be prepared to be completely ignored (as should be the case.  TRUE?)

Enjoy :)