R.A.D. Instructor Certification Course

Participants in this Instructor Certification course will, upon successful completion, be certified to teach the R.A.D. System of Basic Physical Defense for Women. This intense three-day, 30-hour certification program is a cost-effective way to obtain your own self-defense instructor(s) and offer this proactive program to the women in your community. This is the most comprehensive program of its kind, and now your agency can utilize the basic tailored format as a part of your overall crime prevention package.
Our instructor certification program is dynamic in every way. The course is taught in a relaxed environment that is conducive to learning our tested instructional techniques, proven tactics and unique insight into the problem of violence against women. Our program includes physical defense workouts for technique development and includes an exercise that is designed to simulate confrontational situations. From awareness and prevention to development of tactical skills and understanding confrontational principles, this program covers it all. Registration includes all program materials and instructor curriculum. R.A.D. is endorsed by the International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators (IACLEA), the National Self-Defense Institute, RedMan Training Gear and the National Academy of Defense Education.

To register for the program, contact Sgt. Jaclyn Wilton at 248-830-9021 at jaclyn.wilton@wayne.edu or Inv. Eleshia Evans at 313-577-2054 af2879@wayne.edu.

Upcoming sessions

March 18 - 20 2019 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.