Education & Training

Knowledge and advanced skills over brute force

Welcome to our events page. From advanced tactical training, mental health, women’s safety, to educational workshops, we have something for everyone. Our events are uniquely designed to promote learning and professional development, emphasizing the power of wisdom over brute force in today’s world. They are presented by eminent leaders and mentors who are exceptional in their field. As we move towards a future where knowledge and understanding replace archaic notions of violence and aggression, we invite you to join us in this journey. Check out our upcoming events below. We look forward to connecting with you!

Featured Event

Armatec Global
Conference 2024

Train and Learn New Skills with the World's Best

Armatec Global Tricom Conference 2024

Get ready for our ground-breaking 4-day conference, a first-of-its-kind in Australia! Join us for exhilarating seminars on elite tactical training, mental health support for first responders, and women’s safety. Our action-packed event brings together an impressive line-up of highly skilled trainers, renowned psychologists, industry-leading subject matter experts, and passionate advocates.

Dive into an array of crucial topics such as mental health, domestic violence, human trafficking, online safety, and women’s self-defence. Our hands-on workshops, led by top-notch experts, will equip you with practical skills and invaluable knowledge, empowering you to feel safe and confident in various situations.

Don’t miss this incredible opportunity! We can’t wait to welcome you to the conference, where the insights and experiences you’ll gain promise to be truly priceless.

TRICOM Training Australia, offered by Armatec Global’s Dignitary Services Division, presents the perfect opportunity for those seeking to acquire elite, special forces-approved skills without the need for extensive training. Our sophisticated and accessible training programs have been meticulously pre-screened, ensuring their reliability and effectiveness on a global scale. Experience the gold standard in skill development, tailored to suit your needs.

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The human brain instinctively seeks to categorise each experience we encounter, including traumatic events. Picture the brain as an intricate filing system, where every piece of information must be properly sorted and stored. Discussing our experiences enables the brain to systematically organise what transpired, facilitating efficient processing and storage in the appropriate memory centres. While suppressing or numbing ourselves to these events might provide temporary relief, unprocessed experiences eventually lead to mental clutter and resistance. This can result in Police Complex Spiral Trauma (an accumulation of trauma) and post-traumatic stress injuries.

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The Women’s Safety Seminar is an exceptional gathering that unites psychologists, subject matter experts, and advocates with the shared goal of raising awareness and addressing the critical issues confronting women today. The conference will delve into vital subjects such as domestic violence, human trafficking, online safety, and mental health for trauma survivors, providing a platform for dialogue and solutions to these pressing concerns. By bringing together experts, advocates, and community leaders, the event offers an invaluable opportunity to share insights and knowledge, as well as to explore practical strategies for tackling these challenges. The Women’s Safety Seminar is a unique chance for women to connect, learn, and engage with others who share a passion for cultivating a safer and more equitable world for all.

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Our women’s self-defence workshop is an all-encompassing program crafted to empower women with the knowledge, skills, and confidence required to protect themselves in hazardous situations. This workshop encompasses a wide range of topics, such as identifying potential threats, employing verbal and physical self-defence tactics, and comprehending an attacker’s mindset. Guided by seasoned instructors, participants will acquire practical self-defence techniques that are both efficient and easy to recall. Our mission is to equip women with the essential tools and strategies to ensure their safety and effectively defend themselves in any circumstance.

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Dr Katy Kamkar, Ph.D., C. Psych., is a Clinical Psychologist at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH). She is an Assistant Professor, at the Department of Psychiatry, Temerty Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto. 2022 CPA Award for Distinguished Contributions to Public or Community Service.

She is the past Chair, of the Canadian Psychological Association (CPA), Traumatic Stress; Chair, of Global Law Enforcement and Public Health (GLEPH), Health of Police/First Responders. She is also the Provincial Mental Health Advisor, at St. John Ambulance Ontario’s Council.

Dr Kamkar provides evidence-based psychological assessment and treatment for Mood and Anxiety Disorders, Trauma and PTSD, Occupational Stress Injuries, and on psychological distress/stress/depression and anxiety in the workplace. Her clinical work focuses in particular on Injured Workers and First Responders (Police officers, Firefighters, EMS professionals, 911/EMS Dispatchers, Active Military, and Veterans). She also provides education/workshops to Ministries and Organizations (provincial, national, and international) on Workplace Mental Health, Operational Stress Injuries, Disability Management, and Building Resiliency (Individual & Organizational Levels).

One of her greatest interests is to provide education to the public to promote mental health and well-being, reduce the stigma attached to mental illness, and focus on prevention and early intervention. She has written numerous articles for various comprehensive public resources in particular on Trauma and PTSD and has provided numerous Public Relations / TV Media Work, including launching mental health series, being a former Health Blogger for CTV Health News, for CP24 and CAMH, and presently for Canadian Occupational Health and Safety and other public resources.


Dr Dara Rampersad is a Licensed Psychologist with a specialty in first responder and emergency services; FBI Crisis Negotiation Team (CNT), Crisis Intervention Team (CIT), and Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM) trained. He is knowledgeable in public policy, advocacy, and governmental processes at the city, county, state, and federal levels. He is a recipient of multiple awards including the CIT International Behavioural Health Practitioner of the Year award and commendations received by the Governor of Hawaii, Chiefs of Police, and Mental Health America for work done with law enforcement and the community.
Dr Rampersad is an associate member of the International Association of Chiefs of Police- Police and Psychological Services Section, and a CIT International board of directors member. He is also a Professor of Practice- at Arizona State University: First Responder Counseling Track program developer.

Tickets for this virtual session is limited and available here.

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