By Jujitsu, 2020-06-24
Well Phase 2 is here and the Scottish Ju Jitsu Association has produced the guidelines for all Ju Jitsu participation in Scotland. The message is clear. The nation is not ready to permit indoor activities such as Ju Jitsu yet, however, it is permissible for a small group to meet outdoors to exercise and practice Kobudo (weaponry) 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 2 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. If you have further problems or simply wish some further advice, please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We'll be happy to advise you accordingly.
By Jujitsu, 2018-05-18
Many members will already be familiar with this issue through their own employment or alternative clubs and associations. GDPR (General Data Protection Regulations) legislation come into force in May 2018. The SJJA wish to inform all members that it does not share your information with anyone, except in the event of a criminal/disciplinary investigation. If you wish to have your details expunged from the SJJA digital database please inform us and we will update our system. You do not need to do anything if you are happy with our current arrangements. We protect our information which is secured and isolated from the internet. Should you need any further information please contact us.