R.A.D. Systems advocates realistic, employable tactics and techniques to teach women defensive concepts against various types of assault. It is a comprehensive course that focuses on awareness, prevention, risk reduction and avoidance strategies along with carefully selected defensive training and tactics.
R.A.D Systems is dedicated to enabling women against assault with easy, effective, and proven self-defense tactics. The knowledge gained from this class provides women powerful tools to make educated decisions about resistance.
The R.A.D. Basic Physical Defense class educates and trains women on how to physically defend themselves from sexual assault. The classes are for women only and are taught by University Public Safety officers and staff, who are trained and certified to teach the R.A.D. Systems program.
The R.A.D. Self Defense Course runs every Thursday for six weeks for a total of 12 hours of R.A.D. Self Defense training.
There will be one session during Winter Semester, held at the following times and places:
Registration will take place at the first class of each session. Questions? Use the contact info below.