Realistic self defense tactics and techniques for women
The R.A.D. System is a comprehensive, course that begins with awareness, prevention, risk reduction and risk avoidance, while progressing on to the basics of hands-on defense training. R.A.D. is not a Martial Arts program. Our courses are taught by nationally certified R.A.D. Instructors and provide each student with a workbook/reference manual. This manual outlines the entire Physical Defense Program for reference and continuous personal growth, and is the key to our free lifetime return and practice policy for R.A.D. graduates.
UWF is proud to offer this program to our Students, Faculty, Staff and the Community. Classes are limited to 10 people.
RAD teaches you to defend yourself - stop depending on others!
RAD is only 12 hours long, with the last 3 hours as a voluntary simulation!
RAD teaches you to recognize dangerous situations. This could save your life.
You can come back to practice for FREE at any RAD program nationwide and in Canada.
**All fees are used for copying costs and equipment replacement for the RAD program**
RAD Classes at UWF
Fall 2014 & Spring 2015 classes will be posted at the beginning of the fall semester.
There is minimum mandatory attendance of six (6) participants otherwise the class will be cancelled.
MORE INFORMATION: RAD Brochure (PDF)
HOW TO ATTEND:
- You may register by calling/emailing the UWF Police Department's Crime Prevention Unit. Contact the Crime Prevention Officer at 474-3274 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
- RAD's lifetime Return and Practice Policy: Once you complete a RAD course, you can attend any RAD course for FREE anywhere in the U.S. or Canada with your Student Manual!
The Crime Prevention Officer is available and willing to provide RAD training, other than the posted schedule, for those who cannot participate on the stated dates. If you would like to organize a RAD class for a different time than is posted above, please contact the Crime Prevention officer at 474-3274. There should be a minimum of 6 participants.