Friday, 22 July 2011


Montreal, Quebec--(July 22, 2011) - The Canadian Tactical Training Academy (CTTA) (Pink Sheets: CTTG),
The Canadian Tactical Training Academy announced today that an agreement has been reached with Mr. Monji Jelessi to represent the company in Saudi Arabia
After visiting CTTA’s Montreal offices and meeting with management, Mr. Jelessi agreed that the specialized and proven techniques used by CTTA in training law enforcement personnel would be in demand in the territory he covers.
Intelligent Crowd Control Methodology (Trade Mark Pending) is an important aspect of CTTA’s training curriculum. This approach adheres to Canadian guidelines respecting human rights.
Mr. Jelessi, a resident of Riyadh, in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, will represent CTTA in its efforts to achieve specific goals in the area. It is a legal requirement in Saudi Arabia for foreign companies to partner with a local operational partner in order to carry on business in the Kingdom.  Mr. Jelessi, who is the owner of a Business/Marketing Development company in Saudi Arabia, is eminently suited in locating an appropriate existing industry partner for CTTA.
Mr. Jelessi , who is well known in government circles will also open doors in the Kingdom and intends to schedule meetings with the various ministries responsible for law enforcement.
Mr. Jelessi may also be active on behalf of CTTA in Tunisia and other countries in the area.
Mr. Angelo Marino, Vice President of CTTA, commented, “We are pleased to have entered into a working relationship with Mr. Jelessi.  We have much to offer with respect to the planned training programs in Saudi Arabia.  CTTA are already in Qatar, Kuwait, and other countries to discuss Security Training, Logistics, and Consulting Services opportunities with various government agencies as a follow up to our recent trip and to meet with new potential clients. ”

About The Canadian Tactical Training Academy
The Canadian Tactical Training Academy (CTTA) is an organization devoted to the training of law enforcement, security, investigation, protection officers and all those who dedicate themselves to maintaining peace. The Academy also provides tailored security and safety-oriented civilian training at both the individual and corporate levels.
CTTA offers recognized tactical training programs of the highest level, as well as specialized programs for the fields of Intelligence and Investigation, Executive Protection and both Public and Private Security and Safety.
CTTA`s Mission is to facilitate professional training and operational objectives by offering the tools and guidance required to enhance careers and ensure survival!
CTTA offers specialized programs such as: Executive Protection, Investigation and Surveillance, Rapid Integrated Survival Kombat (RISK) System, Tactical Firearms, Handcuffing, Airport and Airline Security (IATA and ICAO standards), Ports Facilities and Maritime Security (ISPS Code), Basic SWAT Techniques, Corporate Safety Awareness, and much more.
CTTA`s civilian training programs are recognized by numerous notable corporations, and its instructors are proud members of several prestigious law enforcement and security associations.

Risk factors and cautionary statement about forward-looking information
This press release includes forward-looking statements about our plans and future performance, including those under Outlook for 2011. These statements use such words as "may," "will," "expect," "believe," "plan," "anticipate," "contemplate," "target," "continue," "intend," "estimate," "project," and similar expressions identify forward-looking statements. They reflect our expectations and speak only as of the date of this press release. We do not undertake to update them. Our expectations (or the underlying assumptions) may change or not be realized, and you should not rely unduly on forward-looking statements.
Jocelyn Moisan, Angelo Marino and John Farinaccio
Canadian Tactical Training Academy
7000 Cote-de-Liesse, Suite #8
Montreal, Quebec, H4T 1E7, Canada
Phone: 514-373-8411

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