Our Coach Education Training continues through the lockdown and if you would like to become qualified or renew your qualifications contact our Technical Director who can help you through the process. Coaches will be contacted soon to undertake an update to coaching procedures in preparation for the restart.
We have entered Phase 3 and here at the Scottish Ju Jitsu Association not a lot has changed however we are currently working at the HQs to make the necessary changes to bring the facility up to a Covid-19 Secure facility. We will inform all members of what to expect and the new changes prior to opening. We appreciate your patience and look forward to seeing you all again.
We have produced the guidelines for all Ju Jitsu participation in Scotland. The message is clear. The nation is still not ready to permit indoor activities such as Ju Jitsu yet, but, it is permissible for a small group to meet outdoors to exercise and practice Kobudo (weaponry) or Ju Jitsu in kata form in preparation for picking up the activity when the restrictions relax sufficiently to permit it indoors. Full details can be found in the SJJA Phase 3 Arrangement for Ju Jitsu document found on the right. It should be read in conjunction with the Scottish Government's Route Map for the return to sport also found as a link on the right.
The SJJA is planning to open all clubs again once Phase 4 has been successfully reached.
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