By Kerrin Brinkman | February 27 2012 14:38

NRA Refuse To Be A Victim program logo If you'll be joining is St. Louis in April for the 2012 NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits, there's a lot on the agenda besides walking the exhibit hall. Special seminars and training courses are held every day for attendees so they can learn about and participate in NRA's programs while at the Annual Meeting. One such program is NRA's popular Refuse To Be A Victim® program, dedicated to teaching personal safety strategies and techniques to reduce your chances of being victimized.  

During the Annual Meeting, two Refuse To Be A Victim® seminars will be offered - the first on Friday, April 13th from 1:00 - 5:00 and the second on Saturday, April 14th from 1:00 - 5:00. Both seminars are free an open to the public; you need not attend the Annual Meetings to take the course. Home, auto, technology, physical, and travel security will be covered in the course. Please note that the Refuse To Be A Victim® program does not incorporate firearms into the course and does not quality attendees for a conceal carry permit.

No pre-registration is needed for these seminars, but seating is available on a first-come, first-served basis.

If you like Refuse To Be A Victim® seminar and would like to teach the program to others, than consider attending the Instructor Development Workshop on Sunday, April 15th from 9:00 to 5:00. You'll leave as a certified Refuse To Be A Victim® Instructor with the ability of teaching seminars in your community. To participate in the training, you must have attended one of the Refuse To Be A Victim® seminars on Friday or Saturday.

The cost for the course is $175 and includes all instruction, materials, and your first year's certification fee. This Instructor Development Workshop is limited to just 50 participants. To register, send an email to refuse@nrahq.org. The deadline to register is 5:00 p.m. Eastern Standard Time on April 2nd.

For more information on these training courses and the Annual Meeting, visit www.nraam.org. You can learn more about Refuse To Be A Victim® at the program website or by sending an email to refuse@nrahq.org.

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