RAD Systems of self defense comes to Grass Valley | TheUnion.com

RAD Systems of self defense comes to Grass Valley

Rape Aggression Defense, or RAD, a comprehensive, 12-hour course taught over a 3-4 day period is being offered in Grass Valley in January, February and March.

Those who participate in the course can expect to learn risk awareness, reduction and avoidance tactics along with self-defense skills that will expand their options should they ever be attacked.

There are 10 nationally certified trainers that will teach classes January 11-13, February 8-10 and March 8-10 at Fire Station # 2 at 213 Sierra College Dr. in Grass Valley.

Those who participate must register at dvsac.org/rad/. The cost of the class is $25 to help cover the operating costs. All of the trainers are volunteers and receive no pay. There are scholarships available to anyone who cannot afford the $25.

You can learn more about the local RAD program at http://www.dvsac.org/rad/ or go to RAD’s web site at http://www.rad-systems.com.

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