Learn from the president and founder of KAPAP-Academy
As an Israeli undercover agent and member of different S.W.A.T.-teams, Albert fought terrorists and has received several decorations. In addition to his work as a training instructor for police forces, diplomatic services and VIP protection personnel, Albert functions as president and founder of KAPAP-Academy.Meet the President
Optimize your training with head coach Jürgen Schaffrath
Head coach Jürgen Schaffrath is responsible for KAPAP-Academy Europe. The former officer-in-charge of several special units has been a professional instructor for self-defense systems and police forces for over 15 years. Albert and Jürgen are continuously working on and improving the modern concept of self-defense and KAPAP.
Safely disengage from dangerous situations
KAPAP does not care about spectacular, useless techniques and choreographies. Only the most efficient and realistic strategies and techniques are being taught – always keeping in mind the most important goal: get out of conflicts unharmed and as soon as possible.Tell me more about KAPAP
What is KAPAP?
The origins of KAPAP can be found in the training of Israeli defense and security forces. It is neither a form of martial arts, nor does it involve any kind of contest. Its single most important goal is to get out of dangerous situations safely: if possible, without having to use force, but if necessary, by using the right techniques. This is what makes KAPAP such a unique system. This film shows the most effective strategies, with the help of which you will be able to counter and prevent real-life attacks and aggression – without using fancy techniques and choreographies - effective like no other system out there!
President & founder of KAPAP-Academy
Former undercover operator in Israeli Defense Forces special units
Instructor: police forces, special units, security forces, combat troops
Head coach of KAPAP-Academy Europe
Officer-in-charge of several special units
Director of KAPAP-Academy
Instructor: SWAT-teams, security forces, special units