This is the only regulated qualification (RQF) course on OFQUAL. Rapid Action Initiated Defence (RAID) is a uniquely different approach to modern self-defence and
This is the only regulated qualification (RQF) course on OFQUAL. Rapid Action Initiated Defence (RAID) is a uniquely different approach to modern self-defence and conflict management through advanced scientific research supported by core principles that have been pressure tested in the real world. The System has been designed by retired members of the UK Armed Forces, which has become one of the effective learnt systems today by both Military, Security and Civilian sectors.
This unique system has been designed to follow a systematic 5 step process, which you can learn and retain in such a short space of time. The RAID system has been created to give you a balanced recipe, to successfully defend yourself and provide heightened confidence in dealing with violent confrontations.
The self-defence training course has been designed for men and women that need to increase their confidence and survivability on the streets of today, without impeding on the demands of life. This practical based course is broken down into two sections of blended learning delivered over 2-day intensive course with an e-learning module.
november 19 (Saturday) - 20 (Sunday) GMT
RAID Great Yarmouth
3 Suffolk Rd, Southtown, Great Yarmouth NR31 0LN
T. KentT. Kent - is the cheif instructor and pioneer of the RAID System, he has managed various aspects of security from high risk environments through to complicated personal security and defence situations, some of which was gained from a military and corporate perspective. Having served with various specialist units within the military he has carried this experience through to RAID Defence Systems. He is a member of the Security Institute and holds a BSc in Security Consultancy and a FdA in Protective Security Management, amongst many other relevant personal security and defence qualifications (an instructor in 14 different self defence systems).
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