Jujitsu – Coaching and development, helping othes improve and progress!
WJJF coaching training courses are geared to developing effective, professional coaches. The courses challenge individuals to move beyond technique and embody the attitudes and skills essential to effective coaching. The course will give you the knowledge, skills and experience to become a good, effective coach.
Our reputation for excellence in this field is based on clear ethical standards, thorough face-to-face coaching and training, and a commitment to technical expertise. WJJF has a Three Level Award System:-
Support Coach This is open to candidates with a minimum grade of 3 Kyu Purple belt, aged 18 years and over.
Club Coach This is open to candidates with a minimum grade of 1st Dan, aged 18 years and over. It is the minimum award required to run a WJJF club.
Senior Coach This award is by invitation and recommendation only. It is open to candidates with a minimum grade of 3rd Dan, aged 21 years and over
The WJJF Junior Leadership award allows children to gain a recognised qualification for their Ju-Jitsu skills. It is the first step to becoming a professional martial arts coach. The award can also provide a significant advantage in later life.
The Junior Leadership Award introduces children to the skills required to become a professional martial arts coach. These include essential leadership skills such as confidence, aptitude, responsibility and discipline.
A three-step process to a recognised qualificationWe offer three courses:
1. Assistant Junior Leader (minimum brown and white belt, age 10+)
2. Junior Leader (minimum brown and white belt, age 11+)
3. Junior Instructor (minimum junior black belt, age 14+)
By completing all three courses, candidates can progress through the WJJF senior qualifications in coaching.