R.A.D.

Rape Aggression Defense (RAD) Systems

Basic Self-Defense Course For Women Only

R.A.D (Rape Aggression Defense) Systems for Women is a nationally recognized program of realistic, self-defense tactics and techniques.  RAD’s program objective is to develop and enhance the options of self defense so they may become viable considerations to the woman who is attacked.

RAD consists of lecture, discussion, instruction, and hands-on simulation. This dynamic program has the ability to empower ANY woman by providing her with effective and proven self-defense tactics necessary to avoid, resist, and defend against an attack if she so chooses.

The RAD Systems course is a comprehensive, 12 hour program offered over a period of three or four days. The last day of the course entails a simulation exercise, where the participant has the opportunity to employ the techniques and skills she has learned against trained simulators, in a controlled environment.

Courses offered in Nevada County:

  • This course is suitable for women of all ages and physical abilities. Girls under 18 must be at least 12 years old and have a signed parental consent form. Participants will be encouraged to go at their own pace.
  • Each student will receive a workbook/reference manual which outlines the entire self defense program for reference and continuous personal growth.
  • Upon the completion of the program, participants will receive a certificate of achievement as well as free, lifetime participation and practice rights with R.A.D. anywhere a R.A.D program is offered.
  • Wear comfortable clothing and athletic shoes or flat shoes with good support. Bring a water bottle and pen or pencil.
  • Liability, safety and any concerns will be covered first thing in every class.
  • The training fees are $25.00/person which covers the cost of materials and training equipment. Training fees due ONE WEEK BEFORE the first day of the course. All classes are facilitated by certified RAD instructors.
  • Courses will be taught at Grass Valley Fire Department, Station #2 – 213 Sierra College Drive in Grass Valley (*unless otherwise noted).
  • Note: There is a maximum of 16 participants.

The next 12 hour course will be held:

Please check back for courses available in 2017. (Looks like our next course might be in April)

 

 Register online or print out a registration form and mail to:
RAD Nevada County
960 McCourtney Road, Suite F
Grass Valley, CA 95949

REGISTER ONLINE   or   DOWNLOAD REGISTRATION FORM

Please download and fill out a wellness information form for each participant and bring on the first day of class.

Girls under 18 must be at least 12 years old
and have a signed parental consent form.


Payments due ONE WEEK before the first day of the course
 
Payments can be made by cash or check payable to:
DVSAC (Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault Coalition)
with RAD written in the memo.
RAD Nevada County
960 McCourtney Road, Suite F
Grass Valley, CA 95949
 
Or pay online with PayPal here:
*Online payments will be an extra $1 to compensate for PayPal fees

Start Date of Course

 

If you would like to help contribute to keeping R.A.D. Nevada County available to our community, please donate below:

donate to RAD

For more information, please contact
Stephanie Fischer, RAD Program Co-Coordinator Nevada County
* (530) 272-2046 * stephanie@dvsac.org *

R.A.D.

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